Education Research Fellow, 2009-2011
Alex now works at ACEVO. Alex joined Policy Exchange’s Education Unit as a Research Fellow in October 2009. He has a degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Oxford and an MSc in International Relations from the University of Kingston.
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by Alex Massey | Dec 22, 2010Read Publication Universities could reduce potential student debt or protect teaching and research by being more imaginative about how they are run. The study calls for the HE sector to outsource functions like maintenance and accommodation that have little to do with...
by Alex Massey | Nov 4, 2010Read Publication Current guidelines state that only institutions with permanent degree awarding powers can call themselves a ‘university’. But only state-maintained institutions are allowed to have permanent degree awarding powers. This circular situation neatly cuts...
by Alex Massey | Mar 17, 2010Read Publication By Alex Massey, Anna Fazackerley & Rachel Wolf This report examines the changes required to make an expanded programme of genuinely independent state schools a reality. The first part examines the barriers which prevent new providers entering the...
by Alex Massey | Nov 23, 2009Read Publication By Alex Massey, Anna Fazackerley, Martin Smith It is clear that the role of universities in innovation is more subtle than government policies have acknowledged. Universities that are active at the heart of successful technology clusters do not just...
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