The Evaluation of Marking Scales


The reform of Higher Education Institutions is not simply a technocratic affair. The invocation of the renowned theory of Danaid’s earthenware jar about investments in education, i.e. that they constitute an empty tub because these investments lack of any economic reciprocity, is false, since it ignores their reciprocity in culture, social cohesion and prosperity. Within the context of the above ascertainment the issues of turning the Polytechnics into Universities, the marking scales in the introductory university examinations, the evaluation of Higher Education Institutions and the election of academic bodies are examined.

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