Quality Assurance in Education: Volume 2 Issue 3


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Enhancement‐led Higher Education?

Mantz Yorke

Starts from the premiss that the Government White Paper of 1991 and theFurther and Higher Education Act of 1992, in concentrating theirattention on accountability, paid…


Enhancing the Quality of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Gus Pennington, Mike O′Neil

Universities in the UK have given prominence in their strategicobjectives to quality teaching and yet many of these statements areextremely vague and say little about the learning…


Quality Assurance in Health‐care Education: A School‐based Strategy

Angela Hawtin

Discusses the need for health‐care education to address the issue ofquality at a school‐based level in light of future funding arrangementsand the need to maintain professional…


TQM and Student Work Experience (SWE)

David Leslie

Explores the need for the application of a TQM approach to student workexperience. Questions the value of traditional approaches, arguing forthe introduction of a quality approach…


Alien or Ally?: TQM, Academic Quality and the New Public Management

R.W. Harris

Points out that total quality management is being adopted by a number ofuniversities and colleges, but the meaning of the phrase varies frominstitution to institution…

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