Standing order

September 19, 1997

Never let quality chiefs be accused of favouritism towards the people for whom they are policing standards. When postgraduates wrote to the new Quality Assurance Agency to suggest that one of the spare places on its governing council should go to a student, the letter back was polite but firm. Students were too much of a minority interest, it pointed out, and in any case the agency needed people of standing.

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