Not everyone needs to be on campus to learn. Governments, which subsidize higher education, need to change their funding models to support affordable remote learning.
Albertans expect a draft agreement for performance-based funding for universities — but here's why it should be scrapped.
States are increasingly adopting policies in which colleges get a small portion of their funding based on how many students graduate. A scholar explains why the policy may not achieve its aims.
Graduate employment outcomes will determine 40% of the $80 million extra government funding for universities. This is a problem for three reasons.
Around 7.5% of university government funding will be tied to performance measures, including graduate outcomes and participation rates of disadvantaged students.
There are already signs of this happening in Australia, but research from overseas reveals few benefits.
More states are funding colleges based on their performance. What are the implications?