Performance sociale, financement et réformes de l'enseignement supérieur


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Ideally universities would provide opportunities for their students, remedy the massive undergraduate failure rates, and still be open to all. But is it possible to attain these objectives and maintain almost entirely non-feepaying higher education ? State subsidies to universities, which are currently insufficient, are not likely to substantially increase in the future.

Australia and the United Kingdom have introduced radically different models. They are based on significant course fees associated with a generalised system of student loans, the repayment of which is conditional upon future revenue.

Robert Gary-Bobo defends a reform inspired by this model. It would provide French universities that are in financial distress with the means to develop, and avoid them leading so many students down a dead-end road. It would bring more social justice to a system that, paradoxically, primarily benefits young people from privileged backgrounds.


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Specifications


Publisher
Presses de Sciences Po
Author
Robert Gary-Bobo,
Collection
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Language
French
Tags
Governance
BISAC Subject Heading
SOC000000 SOCIAL SCIENCE
BIC subject category (UK)
JNMN Universities
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3081 Sciences sociales
Title First Published
09 March 2017
Type of Work
Monograph

Paperback


Publication Date
01 January 1965
ISBN-13
978-2-7246-0184-8
Code
9782724601848
Weight
430 grams
List Price
19.00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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