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The Critical Interventions Framework Part 3: Programs and approaches that enable equity in higher education
The Critical Interventions Framework Part 3 (CIF 3) focuses on evaluative studies which provide details of the impacts of specific interventions on equity groups in relation to access to and success in higher education.
Informing key influencers of low SES regional, rural and remote students’ education and career pathway choices: A whole community approach
New research shows RRR Low-SES communities feel more confident in informing students career choices when actively collaberating with university students.
A student-centred approach: Understanding higher education pathways through co-design
Regional students want early, relevant, and accessible information on university and careers, to visualise their post-school pathways, research has found.
Counting on Indigenous accountants: Collaborative curriculum development for an Indigenous pre-accounting enabling program
With less than 100 Indigenous accountants in Australia there is underrepresentation of the Indigenous population in the profession.
Building Bridges: Creating Mutually Beneficial Workplace Integrated Learning (WIL) Opportunities in East Gippsland
This project considers how the WIL experience can be improved for RRA students living in the Gippsland East region in order to make them employment ready.
Equity off course: Mapping equity access across courses and institutions
This report examines student equity stratification by field of education and institution.
Investigating the relevance of mental health for the current equity groups framework: An analysis of multi-agency linked-administrative data
Research led by Tomasz Zając identified the significance of pre-existing poor mental health as a predictor of student attrition during first year university
Supporting persons with disabilities to succeed in higher education
NCSEHE Equity Fellow Tim Pitman (Curtin University) explores how students with disabilities are supported in their higher education studies
Meaningful jobs for students with disability: From luck to business as usual
Research by NCSEHE Equity Fellow David Eckstein highlights opportunities and barriers in career support for university students with disability.
Investigating transitions to university from regional South Australian high schools
ATAR students from regional SA transition to university at lower rates than those in metro areas, despite high aspirations.