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    From Bricks to Clicks launched in Parliament

    The Higher Education Commission launched its fourth inquiry report, 'From Bricks to Clicks: The Potential of Data and Analytics in Higher Education', in Parliament on Tuesday 26 January.

     

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    New Report: From Bricks to Clicks

    The Higher Education Commission has published its fourth inquiry report, 'From Bricks to Clicks: The Potential of Data and Analytics in Higher Education'.

    The report finds that data analytics has the potential to transform the higher education sector, but cautions that UK institutions are currently not making the most of the opportunities in this area.

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    Huge media coverage for 'Too Good to Fail'

    The Higher Education Commission's newest report, 'Too Good To Fail: The Financial Sustainability of Higher Education in England', has created enormous media attention since its launch on 18th November.
     
    The report warns reforms to the higher education funding model have created the 'worst of both worlds' and have put the sector on a long-term footing that is ‘far from clear’.
     
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    'Too Good to Fail' launched formally in Parliament

    The Commission's newest report was launched formally in Parliament on Monday 24th November at a seminar debate hosted by Barry Sheerman MP.
     
    The panel featured former Universities Minister David Willetts MP, Shadow Minister Liam Byrne MP, BIS Select Committee Chair Adrian Bailey MP, alongside inquiry chairs Lord Norton of Louth and Dr Ruth Thompson.
     
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    New report published: 'Too Good to Fail'

    The Higher Education Commission has published its newest report, 'Too Good To Fail: The Financial Sustainability of Higher Education in England'.
     
    The report warns reforms to the higher education funding model have created the 'worst of both worlds' and have put the sector on a long-term footing that is ‘far from clear’.
     

The Higher Education Commission is an independent body made up of leaders from the education sector, the business community and the three major political parties. The Commission examines higher education policy, holds evidence-based inquiries, and produces written reports with recommendations for policymakers.