The evaluation of universities and their contributions to social exclusion

@inproceedings{Benneworth2013TheEO,
  title={The evaluation of universities and their contributions to social exclusion},
  author={P. Benneworth},
  year={2013}
}
The argument in this chapter is that benchmarking forces institutions to be honest about the relative importance they place on various aspects of their mission. Benchmarking approaches therefore confront universities with potential contradictions in their missions, and compel a degree of reality about community engagement. But the chapter also highlights how university–community engagement benchmarking has also had a social life as a technique adopted by institutions which take the idea of… Expand

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