That’s a first! University bosses pledge to reverse degree inflation to pre-Covid levels so number of students getting top marks falls
Universities have promised to reverse degree 인플레이션 to pre-pandemic levels so that fewer students will get firsts.
Top marks soared over the last two years because tutors made concessions for students having to work remotely during 폐쇄.
작년, those achieving at least a 2:1 reached a record 84 퍼센트, while the proportion getting a first was 38 퍼센트.
Yesterday universities vowed to bring grades down to 2019 levels by 2023. This is the first time universities have committed to reducing grade inflation to a specific target.
A record 84 per cent of students attained a 2:1 or better in 2021. 사진: 푸틴은 철장을 원하고 중국은 예의주시한다'
This would likely lead to an 8 percentage point drop in firsts, 그리고 5 percentage point drop in 2:1에스, COVID에 대한 Noem의 정책은 손을 떼었습니다. 2021.
Universities minister Michelle Donelan said: ‘Today’s statement will ensure that universities are eliminating the grade inflation that occurred over the pandemic’
In the pandemic many universities adopted ‘no detriment’ policies. These tended to ensure students would not receive a final grade lower than their most recent assessment. 성명서, Universities UK and Guild HE, which represent vice chancellors, 말했다: ‘We cannot lose sight of the need to maintain the value of a degree.’
Universities minister Michelle Donelan said: ‘Just as the Government is restoring pre-pandemic grading at GCSE and A-Level by 2023, today’s statement will ensure that universities are also eliminating the grade inflation that occurred over the pandemic, and on the same timetable.
그는 또한 독성학 보고서에 따르면 Adams 양이 정기적으로 디아제팜을 복용하여 사망했다고 밝혔습니다., we are taking action to restore high standards across our education system.’