Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Higher-Education-And-Society

They are also more likely to vote, volunteer, they have higher levels of tolerance and educate their children better than non-graduates, according to data contained in a research paper published by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Skills in November 1st.

Depending on the research based on the wider social benefits for Graduate Study and the title of the paper was "the benefits of participating higher education for individuals and society: the key findings and reports."



Subtitle "quarter", divided the various benefits that help the individual and the market and society, as well as those benefits are classified as non-market, with many of the advantages to fulfill many of these functions

The report says it is "not [to] attempt to provide a comprehensive review of the evidence to support each specific interest."

"It sheds light on a few of the results are clear for all - Showing quantitative results whenever possible - and some brief information on the studies which they are derived," adds the report.

It unveiled a document last week by the universities and science minister David Willetts during discussions on the legacy of the Robbins Report of 1963, which separated from the broader social benefits of university education in its call for a higher number of students.

The new report presents evidence that the participation of higher education improves social cohesion, social mobility, and social capital and political stability.

Highlighted the wider non-market benefits for individuals include the public more inclined to vote, life expectancy, and increase life satisfaction, and public health better and are less prone to obesity.

Include the economic benefits to the community to increase tax revenues, and economic growth faster, and increase innovation and flexibility in the labor market, while the profits of individuals to achieve higher profits, lower unemployment and increase productivity.
Higher Education has given sufficient proof of their ability to survive for centuries, and its ability to change and to induce change and progress in society. Given the scope and pace of change, it has become a knowledge society based so that higher education and research is now working as the basic ingredients for the development of cultural, social, economic and environmental sustainable for individuals, communities and nations more and more. The face of higher education themselves and therefore with formidable challenges and must proceed to the most radical change and renewal ever required to do, so that our society, which is currently experiencing a deep crisis of values, can go beyond economic considerations purely and includes a deeper moral and spiritual dimensions.

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