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Higher Education Commission: One Size Won't Fit All report launch

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The Higher Education Commission's will release its fifth report examining diversity and choice in Higher Education, in Parliament on Thursday 14th September 11:00-13:00.

The report follows a ten month inquiry co-chaired by Lord Norton of Louth and Professor Joy Carter examining what can be learned from different Higher Education delivery models and how the system can best support innovative practice across the sector to protect the diversity of the system.

This report undertakes a review of the current landscape across English Higher Education Institutions, looking at innovations in delivery models operating outside of the standard offer of the campus-based three year degree aimed at 18-19 year olds. The report makes a series of recommendations targeted at the new regulator, the Office for Students, which aim to promote diversity and choice in the system.

We are delighted to announce our first speaker, Gordon Marsden MP. Additional speakers will be announced in due course.

Gordon Marsden MP is the Labour Party MP for Blackpool South and Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Further Education and Skills. Prior to becoming a Member of Parliament, he was the Editor of History Today for 12 years, and an Open University tutor. He is a supporter of the APGSE and a Visiting Parliamentary Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford.

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