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Performance Indicators in UK Higher Education.

Performance Indicators in UK Higher Education.

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Published by Higher Education Funding Council for England in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Professional and scholarly.

ContributionsHigher Education Funding Council for England.
The Physical Object
Pagination175p. ;
Number of Pages175
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18813064M
ISBN 101902369122

A widely cited regular report on higher education produced by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, Measuring Up, 24 he noted, provided measures of college preparation, participation, access, affordability, and completion, for example, but reported little about what students learn at postsecondary institutions. There has. The selected key performance indicators have to be integrated in the EDSS model repository in form of one model for each KPI. Based on the key performance indicators presented in previous reports of the GOPA team, the Ministry of Education selected 10 KPIs with first priority that should be operational as soon as Size: KB.

Performance indicators in higher education: UK universities. [Jill Johnes; Jim Taylor] -- Compares the performance of entire institutions, using a range of variables which are useful performance indicators for policy-makers and administrators, including cost per student, degree results. performance indicators the higher education funding council England (HEFCE) in the report HEFCE, 99/11 considered the following stakeholder groups: • Government departments • Funding councils • Research councils • Senior management and governors of institutions • Employers of graduates and employer organisationsFile Size: 51KB.

A key performance indicator (KPI) is a type of performance measurement that helps you understand how your organization, department, or institution is performing and allows you to understand if you’re headed in the right direction with your strategy. But if you’re looking for key performance indicators for schools or higher education. MEASURING PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE: KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR INSTITUTIONS ACCEPTED INTO THE ACADEMIC QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (AQIP) by. Paul J. Ballard. A dissertation submitted to the Graduate College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Educational Leadership, Research, and Technology.


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : JOHNES. Over the last few years, the use of performance indicators has become widespread in public services.

The first edition of this book, with its thorough review of the key issues in the development of performance indicators, made an immediate impact on the expanding field of performance measurement in higher : Mary Henkel and Maurice Kogan Martin Cave, Stephen Hanney.

During the s, a period of funding cuts in the UK, the higher education funding bodies strove to develop performance indicators the purpose of which was to aid in the distribution of funds.

In the early years, these indicators were simply ratios of one output to one input such as the proportion of students with ‘good’ degrees or the cost per by: 4. A large number of stakeholders were identified who have an interest in performance indicators for higher education.

These include: government departments (including, HM Treasury, DfEE, Department of Health, Welsh Office) funding councils. research councils. senior management and governors of institutions. In the UK, interest in measuring the performance of higher education Performance Indicators in UK Higher Education.

book has developed as part of an increasing performance culture in the public sector. This paper looks at development of national systems of indicators in both the University and former Polytechnic section in the light of this trend.

The pressures leading up to the development of each system are examined Cited by: conventional approach is inappropriate. In the UK, the need for performance indicators in the higher education sector has long been recognised (Department of Education and Science, ).

Proposed performance indicators initially focused on a particular output or operationFile Size: KB. The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) publish Performance Indicators for Higher Education in the UK annually.

The indicators provide comparative data on the performance of institutions in widening participation, student retention, learning and teaching outcomes and. The first Performance Indicators were published by the Higher Education funding Council for England for the /97 academic year.

The UKPIs have been produced and published by HESA since / All historic UKPIs since /03 are available from the Publications archive. See Changes for a full list of changes to the UKPIs over time.

About the UK Performance Indicators. The indicators cover publicly funded higher education providers in the UK and one privately funded institution, The University of Buckingham. The indicators were developed and specified by the Performance Indicators Steering Group and published on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales.

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Measuring Quality and Performance in Higher Education. The main argument of this paper emanates from an understanding that 'quality' is a highly contested concept and has multiple meanings to people who conceive higher education Cited by: The need for a set of indicators to measure the performance of the higher education (HE) sector was much debated in the s, and a relatively large number of potential indicators (at one point 88) based around data that were available from the UniversitiesFile Size: 1MB.

Institution: Total entrants % state school % working class % non-completion % Grads in work: All UK institutions:All England institutions. Over the last few years, the use of performance indicators has become widespread in public services.

The first edition of this book, with its thorough review of the key issues in the development of performance indicators, made an immediate impact on the expanding field of performance measurement in higher cturer: Jessica Kingsley. Performance indicators in higher education are comkplex and often controversia in nature.

At issue Few, except the United Kingdom, publish comparative information, particularly at the less than institutional level, and few intend to have the indi"tors affect Size: 4MB. Johnes, JPerformance Indicators and Rankings in Higher Education. in R Barnett, P Temple & P Scott (eds), Valuing High Education: An Appreciation of the Work of Gareth Williams.

UCL Institute of Education Press, Valuing Higher Education, London, United Kingdom, 15/11/Cited by: 4. TY - BOOK. T1 - Performance Indicators in Higher Education: UK Universities. AU - Johnes, J. AU - Taylor, J. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN - BT - Performance Indicators in Higher Education: UK Universities.

PB - Open University Press and the Society for Research into Higher Education. CY - Milton Keynes. ER. Performance indicators. Statistics on performance indicators used in Higher Education. The performance indicators are designed to provide reliable information on the nature and performance of the higher education sector in the UK and a consistent set of measures of this performance.

The performance indicators broadly cover widening. The Use of Performance Indicators in Higher Education by Stephen Hanney,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).

The higher educ ation institutions’ performance indicators could also assess the department’ s progress on planned goals, objectives, and initiatives. Other metrics may evaluate the.

To help us improvewe’d like to know more about your visit today. We’ll send you a link to a feedback form. It will take only 2 minutes to fill in. Don’t worry we won’t send you.Johnes, Jill () Performance indicators and rankings in higher education. In: Valuing Higher Education: An appreciation of the work of Gareth Williams and the Centre for Higher Education Studies, November 15thInstitute of Education, University College by: 4.