The Herald Scotland and The Scotsman on CES report
Based on the press release issued on 10th June 2013 about the final report for a research project of CES, Herald Scotland's Andrew Denholm (11th June, 2013) picked up some highlights that the scrapping of a fee paid by Scottish graduates and the current fees imposed by English universities failed to promote wider access. The story also quoted remarks by David Raffe, NUS Scotland's Robin Parker, the Education Secretary Fiona Hyslop and a Scottish Government spokeswoman.
Three days later on the 13th June, Andrew Denholm continued to discuss issues brought by the CES report in his article on the "Inside Track" page, the Herald Scotland.
A similar story was picked up by Chris Marshall of the Scotsman (11th June, 2013) but giving more details of the report and remarks from David Raffe. It also noted the op-ed by Sheila Riddell in Scotsman on the 30th May, 2013.
These three articles can be viewed via the following links:
Herald Scotland: Abolition of graduate endowment has failed to widen access
Herald Scotland: Inside Track - There's too little evidence for tuition fee judgment
Full details of CES' research project - DIFFHE: Changing Transitions to a Differentiated Higher Education System
Seminar: Changing Inequalities and Access to a Differentiated Higher Education System
CREID project: Higher Education in Scotland, the Devolution Settlement and the Referendum on Independence