Monthly Archives: June 2018

Reputation management and the anonymous monsters of Higher Education

Golden Universities I absolutely love higher education, in principle. I really buy into the idea of it: that you have a group of people of unquenchable curiosity, whose job it is to work together to dig into the social and … Continue reading

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A ‘real’ example of Grade Inflation

  As with every year, it seems, the newspapers are filled with stories about ‘grade inflation’ at universities. The accusation is that we’re are wantonly generous in our grading, in part because the percentage of students who get an upper … Continue reading

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