Craig Mahoney says he’ll do things ‘differently and better’ to prove HEA’s value, Rebecca Attwood hears

The new head of the Higher Education Academy has vowed to convince vice-chancellors of the value of his organisation by making it more “efficient” and “focused” and by producing strong evidence of the impact of its work on the student experience.

In his first interview in his new post, Craig Mahoney also said he wanted to see every member of staff teaching in UK higher education qualified as a teacher, and the HEA taking on an international role.

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