When I write my "wonk report reading tips" book one chapter will focus on the need to find a table where a graph hasn't been made and make graphs of it. Often it presents an interesting counter-narrative.
In this case table 9 of this report [http:/
This graph suggests the biggest perceived burden of the current model is not linked to cyclical review exercises but the (annual) return of data to HEFCE, HESA and others.
As the report was released to support a HEFCE consultation proposing a more data-led system of QA this is, to say the least, a little awkward.