FE and HE bureaucracy and data

Red tape costs FE colleges £180 million a year
Further education colleges could make “substantial” savings by cutting the costs of bureaucracy, according to the National Audit Office. The body said today that colleges spend around £180 million a year on administrating funding, qualification and assurance systems. This amounts to £150 per student.

Adventures in Student Development
A while back I explained how I set up the system, and after nearly 2 years of use I can say that it’s still working.

HESA Press release 168 – What is a Course?
HESA, working with representatives from the sector, is pleased to publish a brief report that considers the variety of interpretations and models that exist across the sector. The report analyses how the concept of a course is represented in various sector-level information systems and specifications and how the definition of course changes across the Higher Education lifecycle.

Author: Terry Madeley

I enjoy reading about art and design, culture, data, education, technology and the web. I'm confused by a lot of it, to be honest.

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