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Changes to the NSS: Student Voice

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This year's National Student Survey (NSS) contains questions on 'Student Voice' that will be asked of all participating providers in the main body of the survey, producing comparable published national data, for the first time in its history. In short this is the first time that HE providers have been explicitly and publicly measured on how well their students think they engage with and respond to their views. This briefing looks at some of the issues highlighted by the national data and makes some suggestions about how instiutions might respond.

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