Bursting bubbles in higher education

By Mark Leach – In higher education, policy bubbles are commonplace. They float around the sector drawing disproportionate levels of interest and as they grow, they become less rooted in evidence, research or coherent thought. It is important to understand these bubbles if we are to improve policy-making in higher education, a project that has never been more important. Shortly after tulips found their way across Europe in the 17th century, their exotic and beautiful qualities quickly made them a […]

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