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Lis Lange

Lis Lange

    Transformation by numbers skims the surface of tertiary realities
    Transformation by numbers skims the surface of tertiary realities
    'Transformation" must be the most frequently used word in South Africa's political discourse since the 1990s. 
    Differentiation cannot work with one-size-fits-all approach
    Differentiation cannot work with one-size-fits-all approach
    The department of higher education and training released its Proposal on a Way Forward with Regard to Differentiation in September for comment among...
    Wanted: A new student politics
    Wanted: A new student politics
    At a time when the country's political discourse seems reduced mostly to banality or ­violence through words, I want to consider how life under...
    The trouble with transformation
    The trouble with transformation
    In Beyond Matric (Mail & Guardian, April 16), Ulrike Kistner presents a frightening picture of South African higher education under new...
    Examining higher education
    Examining higher education
    The Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC), the permanent committee on quality of the Council on Higher Education, will complete the fifth...
    Has it been worth it?
    Has it been worth it?
    Twenty audits have been conducted by the higher education quality committee (HEQC) so far and have required an enormous amount of work from higher...
    Keeping an eye on standards at universities
    Keeping an eye on standards at universities
    Three years ago the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE) was the subject of attention following the...
    MBA review: Welcome for some, worry for others
    MBA review: Welcome for some, worry for others
    The results of the re-accreditation of the 37 MBA programmes undertaken by the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher...