Destination data focus is 'narrow'

8th March 2013 at 00:00

Westminster education secretary Michael Gove's decision to publish destination data showing the number of pupils that go on to Russell Group universities has been described as "narrow and naive" by a former top civil servant at the Department for Education. Sir David Bell, told Times Higher Education: "(The data) is based on a narrow understanding of what constitutes high-quality higher education."

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