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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.
Transforming Lives at the Institutional Level: Equity Promotion Initiatives Across the World
A comprehensive exploration of innovative initiatives aimed at enhancing access and success in higher education for traditionally excluded and under-represented groups.
Ameliorating disadvantage: Creating accessible, effective and equitable careers and study information for low SES students
A new study examined low socioeconomic status (low SES) students’ access to information about higher education study options, pathways, and careers.
Best-practice career education for students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds
Students from disadvantaged backgrounds need tailored career guidance, supported by key influencers including universities, new research has shown.
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.
Success from the perspective of the successful: equity, success and completion in higher education
Research led by the University of Newcastle reveals the multidimensional and contextual nature of 'success' in higher education.
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.
Informing Policy and Practice V
The fifth volume in the 'Informing Policy & Practice' series collates 21 reports from the NCSEHE Student Equity Research Grants & Equity Fellows programs.
Pathways or Goat Tracks – Non-ATAR University Entrance
Research explores how young people find out about pathways into further education and careers, including alternative non-ATAR pathways into university.