Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ronald Crawford.|
|Contributions||Crawford, Ronald, 1939-, Committee of Scottish Higher Education Principals.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
This book is a significant update of the successful earlier editions - Scottish Education published in , and Scottish Education: Post-devolution published in It reflects the very considerable changes which have taken place in education in recent years, taking account of a wealth of new research evidence. Featuring some 40 new authors, the latest volume contains fresh, forthright and. Awarded a Special Commendation in the National Library of Scotland/Saltire Society Research Book of the Year Award This major volume is becoming the standard text on Scottish Education. It is the definitive reference work, covering standard educational practice and professional thinking from pre-school and primary through secondary to tertiary level. The Future of Higher Education analyzes the crisis in higher education, describing how a dominant neo-liberal political ideology has significantly changed the U.S. system of higher education. The book examines the contemporary landscape of higher education institutions and asks and answers these questions: Who is able to attend college? Who pays for our system of higher Cited by: The Signals Are Talking would be a useful book to guide this pre-mortem campus discussion. Webb puts forward a 6 step forecasting methodology that can be applied to the future of higher education. This methodology involves: 1) studying the fringe, 2) uncovering hidden patterns of contradictions, inflections, practices, hacks, extremes, and.
Edinburgh University and other Scottish centres for higher education have been identified as crucial for driving the future Scottish economy 0 comment A LEADING academic has called for a “shared national mission” to put Scotland among the world’s most innovative economies as he launched a report on maximising the impact of the higher. Annexe E - Schedule 2 To The Further And Higher Education (Scotland) Act ; Annexe F - Extract from Scottish Government Pre-Legislative Paper 'Putting Learners at the Centre' Annexe G - Base Statistics: Scotland's Colleges /; Annexe H - Breakdown Of College Funding ; Annexe I - Proposed Regional Structure Of The FE Sector. was an excellent year for books on higher education. Getty. It’s that time again, where reviewers recommend the year’s best books. In , we had a bevy of excellent books . The number of students enrolled in higher education had dropped by a little over , after years of booming growth, the proportion of part-time faculty—more commonly referred to .
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