The issue of who has the final say on academic standards (grading), academics or managers, has hitherto not arisen in Greece. Professors entitled to research, to teach and to inquire is a freedom expressed by the Greek Constitution. This article presents a contemporary view and raises concerns about the future and the longevity of academic freedom and students’ grades in Greek higher education.
|Journal||Quality in higher education|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
- Academic freedom
- Student grading
- Greek higher education
- Quality assurance policy