An Unintended Consequence of Staff Casualisation: the Effect on Student Satisfaction

London Economics’ Rhys Williams has contributed a blog article on the HEPI website, exploring the relationship between student satisfaction at Higher Education Institutions and the level of teaching conducted by casual staff. The key finding is that loading teaching on casual staff reduces student satisfaction. As a consequence, universities should think twice before considering cutting […]

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