Elton, L; (1988) Accountability in Higher Education: The Danger of Unintended Consequences. Higher Education , 17 (4) 377 - 90.
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|Title:||Accountability in Higher Education: The Danger of Unintended Consequences.|
|Additional information:||Database: ERIC Target audience (level): Higher-Education Journal announcement: CIJAPR1989 Year added: 1989 Record type: New. Language: English DataStar source field: Higher Education, 1988, vol. 17, no. 4, p. 377-90. DataStar update date: 19890101 Britain's higher education system illustrates how increased governmental influence can change social systems and produce unintended consequences. A model of change used to analyze this situation also suggests a form of accountability that can reduce unintended consequences, based on sharing of both power and responsibility by government and institutions. (Author/MSE).|
|Keywords:||Accountability, Change-Strategies, Foreign-Countries, Government-Role, Government-School-Relationship, Higher-Education, Institutional- Autonomy, Models, Power-Structure, Keywords: Great-Britain|
|UCL classification:||UCL > VP Education > CALT (Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching)|
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