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Equity through complexity: Inside the “black box” of the Block Model
This study investigated an innovation in higher education that has achieved demonstrable results for equity students: the Block Model at Victoria University.
The costs of and economies of scale in supporting students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds in Australian higher education
This Australian-first study has calculated the costs to universities of supporting students from low socioeconomic (SES) backgrounds.
Webinar recording — Moving into, through and beyond STEM degrees: A student equity perspective
In this webinar, three research teams funded through the 2019–20 NCSEHE Research Grants Program presented selected findings from their projects, providing recommendations for policy and practice targeting key stages of the student life cycle, as mapped in the Equity Initiatives Framework.
Webinar — Moving into, through and beyond STEM degrees: A student equity perspective
The NCSEHE hosted a webinar on Friday 27 August 2021, drawing on new research to improve support for equity students moving into, through and beyond science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degrees.
Who studies for a degree at a vocational institution?
This paper reports on a study arising from a recent ARC Discovery Project, Vocational Institutions, Undergraduate Degrees. It examined the factors contributing to post-compulsory education participation among school leavers over the previous decade, be it at a university or in a vocational institution.
The Academic Performance of First Year Students at Victoria University by Entry Score and SES, 2009-2013
This report examines the impact of tertiary entry scores and SES, together with other factors, on the performance of first year higher education students at Victoria University. This issue is important both for national education policy and in terms of the educational strategies of individual universities. Victoria University provides a unique base for studying these issues, because it draws students from many sections of the Victorian community.