Help Me Investigate Education is my new home, with new investigations.
It’s a beautiful site doing some great investigations into education-related issues in the UK.
One of which is my investigation, The Price of a University Drop-out, which uses HEFCE data and the HESES (Higher Education Students Early Statistics Survey) to look into the number of non-completing students and how much public funding a university can lose as a result.
Here are the posts so far:
- The price of a University drop-out 1: Higher Education funding in context.
- The price of a University drop-out 2: How do you work out the numbers?
- The price of a University drop-out 3: Exactly how much is each student worth?
- The price of a University drop-out 4: Time for some numbers.
And there is more to come, with future posts aiming to look at how future higher education changes will effect the figures.
That’s all. Thanks gaiz.
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