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It’s time for an Australian Widening Participation Statement of Ethics
In this blog post, Maria Raciti proposes a set of ethical principles to guide Australia’s widening participation community.
WP's post pandemic playbook: The future can be as bright as we want it to be
As we find ourselves in this in-between time, somewhere between pandemic and post-pandemic, let’s take the opportunity to start a new WP playbook. Let’s start afresh with respectful language by delivering ‘enrichment activities’ that help light the path to higher education for our ‘priority groups’.
COVID-19 has cooled low-SES parents’ access to ‘hot knowledge’ about supporting their university-bound children. But are ‘warm knowledge’ solutions up to the challenge?
Alberti and Raciti discuss changes in low-SES parents' access to 'hot knowledge' around university, and if 'warm' or 'cool knowledge' is the solution.
Low SES students at the COVID crossroads: Persist with digital resource deficiency or risk public transport exposure
With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and anticipated reopening of university campuses in the second half of the year, low SES students now have two new risks—do they persist with online learning despite inadequate digital resources or do they return to campus and risk heightened exposure to COVID-19 on public transport?