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Chairman Mao: Education of the Proletariat by Don-chean Chu

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Whilst the bureaucratic interaction between the UGC and the universities increased in the post-war years and parliamentary scrutiny grew (the Public Accounts Committee of 30 CHAPTER THREE the House of Commons gaining access to university accounts) neither the bureaucratic demands nor the political intrusion could scarcely be described as severe or restrictive. Even the transfer of responsibility for the UGC from the Treasury to the then Department of Education and Science did not usher in radical changes, and the chickens would take some time to come home to roost.

2. The major function of the funding councils is to devise the mechanisms for the policy implementation process. The broader the terms in which policy goals are stated, the greater the significance of this function. 3. Higher education institutions have to devise strategies that will enable them to respond positively (which usually means how to maximise their public funding) to the framework established by the funding councils. There is a need for high quality leadership and competent management if they are to do this effectively.

115)! However, in 1946 the UGC acquired additional terms of reference: ‘… to assist, in consultation with the universities and other bodies concerned, the preparation and execution of such plans for the development of the universities as may from time to time be required in order to ensure that they are fully adequate to national needs’ (as quoted in Shattock, 1994: p. 3). And in 1964, with the transfer of responsibility for the UGC from the Treasury to the then Department of Education and Science, it appeared as if the universities were to be fully integrated into the British educational system and subjected to the policy imperatives of the elected government.

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