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Accountability, trust, and power in higher education

Accountability, trust, and power in higher education

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational accountability -- Cross-cultural studies,
  • Education, Higher -- Evaluation -- Cross-cultural studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Bjørn Stensaker and Lee Harvey.
    GenreCross-cultural studies
    SeriesInternational studies in higher education
    ContributionsStensaker, Bjørn., Harvey, Lee, 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2806.22 .A33 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24110437M
    ISBN 109780415871952, 9780415871969, 9780203846162
    LC Control Number2010007841


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Accountability in Higher Education: Global Perspectives on Trust and Power - Ebook written by Bjorn Stensaker, Lee Harvey. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS. Book Description.

The latest volume in the Routledge International Studies in Higher Education series, Accountability in Higher Education takes an in-depth look at accountability initiatives around the world. Various evaluations, reporting schemes, and indicator systems have been initiated both to inform the public about higher education performance and to help transform universities and colleges.

Accountability in Higher Education. Th e latest volume in the Routledge International Studies in Higher Education. series, Accountability in Higher Educationtakes an in-depth look at account- ability initiatives around the world.

Various evaluations, reporting schemes, and indicator systems have been initiated both to inform the public about higher education performance and to help. Accountability in higher education [electronic resource]: global perspectives on trust and power / edited by Bjørn Stensaker and Lee Harvey.

series title International studies in higher education. In particular, the HuWen New Deal was initiated to build a political accountability system from (Li, ).

In the fi eld of higher education, although universities have never been released from the requirement of external accountability (Hoecht, ), higher education has never drawn this much attention from the public in by: 1. (non)intelligent accountability, trust, higher education, institutions as paradigms, faith in institutions, economicist model of education, personalist education Introduction In this paper I deal with two phenomena that play an important role in (modern) higher education: accountability and trust.

Accountability and audit are kinds of control. Download Citation | Trust, accountability, and higher education | The main topics of the article are two phenomena that play an important role in (modern) higher education: Accountability and trust. Th e classic questions asked of accountability schemes are: accountable to whom, for what, how provided and what sanctions (Trow, ).

In this brief survey of higher education accountability in Australia, it is suggested that the main trend, which is evolutionary, is for increased accountability of higher education institutions to the Federal Government and to the public. Accountability as the Lingua Franca of Higher Education 8 A Cultural Change: Trust, Respect, and Support 10 Essential Components of a State-Level Higher Education Accountability 12 Improving Accountability in California Higher Education 15 Conclusions 16 Recommendations 17 Issues and Observations: A Perspective Overview 24 The Past as Prologue   My sponsor said this was my higher power working in my life.

Ahhhh, I thought to myself. So, this is the higher power. I began to trust that I was being cared for, watched over. Slowly, I eased the need to watch my back, and began to believe that it was being watched by my higher power.

Today, I believe there is a higher power at work in my life. Feeding into a discourse of quality, audit and power, it considers how far prevailing economic‐bureaucratic models of higher education accountability might actually inhibit the long‐term success of other aspects of the quality agenda, such as innovation.

Accountability in Higher Education: Global Perspectives on Trust and Power International Studies in Higher Education: Editors: Bjorn Stensaker, Lee Harvey: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Taylor &. Accountability in Higher Education: Global Perspectives on Trust and Power.

[Bjorn Stensaker; Lee Harvey] -- Looks at accountability initiatives around the world. This title provides a comparative analysis of the promises, perils and paradoxes of accountability, and the potential effect on power structures.

This edited collection provides a comparative analysis of the promises, perils and paradoxes of accountability, and the potential effect on power structures and higher education autonomy, trust and the legitimacy of the I describes how accountability is perceived and understood in different regions of the world, identifies some of the most common elements in established.

Introduction and overview of the book / Bjørn Stensaker and Lee Harvey --Accountability: understandings and challenges / Bjørn Stensaker and Lee Harvey --Accountability in Australia: more power to government and market / Jeanette Baird --Accountability in Africa: a disciplinary power in African higher education systems / Gerald Wangenge-Ouma.

The latest volume in the Routledge International Studies in Higher Education series, Accountability in Higher Education takes an in-depth look at accountability initiatives around the world.

Various evaluations, reporting schemes, and indicator systems have been initiated both to inform the public about higher education performance and to help transform universities and colleges and Price: $   Accountability in Higher Education by Bjorn Stensaker,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Accountability in Higher Education: Bjorn Stensaker: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Quality assurance in modern higher education is both an accountability-oriented ideology and a technological method.

It has also evolved into a increasingly rationalist and professionalized power. Trust is thus a kind of lubricant, a needed condition, in contexts where accountability operates.

As seen in Fig. 1, efforts of education actors are influenced by the amount of trust present, as well as the economic, political, and social same accountability approach is unlikely to work well in all contexts or at all times. The latest volume in the Routledge International Studies in Higher Education series, Accountability in Higher Education takes an in-depth look at accountability initiatives around the world.

Various evaluations, reporting schemes, and indicator systems have been initiated both to inform the public about higher education performance and to help transform universities and colleges and improve their. Accountability means making sure what the public and state and federal governments spend on higher education protects students and families from fraud and abuse, and ensure all members of the public have access to high-quality education.

Accountability also means investing in colleges committed to providing access and opportunity, being. Accountability in the HE sector is marked by tensions embedded in both policies and practices. The author’s empirical research (with colleagues) on accountability (including “quality”) policies in HE over more than a decade in different national contexts – Australia, England, South Africa, Mainland China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and Singapore – consistently revealed.

Accountability is about higher education serving the public interest and earning the public’s trust. Defining and maintaining quality, guided by norms of peer review, has been a cornerstone of the academy since the seventeenth century, and the public have been content to accept this form of accountability.

The latest volume in the Routledge International Studies in Higher Education series, Accountability in Higher Education takes an in-depth look at accountability initiatives around the world. Various evaluations, reporting schemes, and indicator systems have been initiated both to inform the public about higher education performance and to help transform universities and colleges and improve.

Item description. "Accountability in Higher Education takes an in-depth look at accountability initiatives around the world. This edited collection provides a comparative analysis of the promises, perils and paradoxes of accountability, and the potential effect on power structures and higher education autonomy, trust and the legitimacy of the sector.".

The latest volume in the Routledge International Studies in Higher Education series, Accountability in Higher Education takes an in-depth look at accountability initiatives around the world. Various evaluations, reporting schemes, and indicator systems have been initiated both to inform the public about higher education performance and to help transform universities and colleges and Manufacturer: Routledge.

In the context of education, accountability is the idea that schools are responsible for ensuring that pupils' academic achievements meet agreed standards. According to government departments and agencies, educational accountability is essential for the evaluation of policies and budgets as well as for the allocation of resources.

Higher Education has recently published an analysis of the policy (Licata & Morreale, ). These controversies differ in context and scale, but they all involve fundamental questions of institutional accountability in higher education-preserving the public trust and serving the public interest.

Moreover, even this short list of recent controver. The claim that higher education is losing the trust of the larger society is a convenient one for those who have an interest in increasing the accountability of higher education to the state, and thus of its power over those institutions.

Splintered Accountability: State Governance and Education Reform - Ebook written by Arnold F Shober. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Splintered Accountability: State Governance and Education Reform. Accountability in higher education seeks to bring order in the education sector. Accountability is necessary as higher education institutions have substantial impacts on the social, cultural, and economic development of the United States.

In the event, of declining public trust between the public and higher education then the traditional role. Our educational accountability framework as presented in Figure 2 is tailored to both the complexities of the education sector and the most common reform contexts and priorities in a range of country experiences.

Figure 2 expands the WDR04 accountability framework in a few key ways. (1) We separate out the education ministry in order to capture its relationship with the central government; (2.

In book: PISA, Power, and Policy: The Emergence of Global Educational Governance (pp) but has decided that managerial accountability does not fit in its view of education and its focus on.

Accountability in American Higher Education Kevin Carey, Mark Schneider Three years after U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spelling's national commission on higher education, and nearly a decade after No Child Left Behind revolutionized k accountability, there is little agreement on what accountability in higher education should look like.

The hidden and explicit exemptions that riddle higher-education accountability systems are, on the one hand, unfair and harm the very students the system is said to protect. On the other hand, they are an attempt to make an accountability system fit the diversity of the higher-education sector and allow it to provide broad, open access to all.

The Challenges of Accountability The Crossroads Marge Scherer. Table of Contents. A Plea for Strong Practice Richard F.

Elmore. The design flaws in No Child Left Behind and their implications for education make knowing how schools actually improve the most urgent task for educators. An overview of accountability schemes in different regions 3.

Accountability in Australia: More power to government and market, Jeanette Baird 4. Accountability in Africa: A disciplinary power in African higher education systems, Gerald Wangenge-Ouma & Patricio V.

Langa 5. Accountability in China: Primitive attempts, Shuiyun Liu 6. Shared Leadership in Higher Education: Important Lessons from Research and Practice: Voices from the Field v EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Today’s higher education leadership challenges necessitate new forms of leadership.

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by kisih. The Link Between Culture and Education. Accountability provisions currently in place, including the 90/10 rule and gainful employment regulation — which aim to cap federal funding of for-profit colleges and hold career training programs accountable for providing labor market return on investments among graduates — represent important safeguards against the proliferation of unscrupulous institutions of higher education and.

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