|Education and Employment - Sixth Report|
Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 13 March 2001.
Terms of Reference
SECTION 1: WHY DOES RETENTION MATTER?
Trends and issues
SECTION 2: HOW SIGNIFICANT IS THE PROBLEM?
Cost of non-completion
Non-continuation rates by social class and
Institutional differences in non-continuation
Subject differences in non-continuation
SECTION 3: WHY DO STUDENTS FAIL TO COMPLETE?
Academic problems-course suitability
Support for students
SECTION 4: HOW DO STAFFING ISSUES AFFECT
Pressure on staff
Recruitment and retention of academic staff
SECTION 5: HOW CAN RETENTION BE IMPROVED?
Government priorities for higher education
Improving data collection
Higher education funding and mode of study
Induction and early support
Making the Right Choice
Credit transfer and recognition
Quality of teaching
Student finance and the social security benefits
SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
PROCEEDINGS OF THE EDUCATION SUB-COMMITTEE
RELATING TO THE REPORT
PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE RELATING TO
LIST OF WITNESSES
LIST OF MEMORANDA INCLUDED IN THE MINUTES
LIST OF APPENDICES TO THE MINUTES OF EVIDENCE
LIST OF UNPRINTED MEMORANDA
EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE REPORTS
IN THE CURRENT PARLIAMENT
MINUTES OF EVIDENCE
APPENDICES TO THE MINUTES OF EVIDENCE