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The Politics of Widening Participation and University Access for Young People: Making educational fu
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PDF | Series: Routledge Research in Higher Education Poor The Politics of Widening Participation and University Access: Making Drawing from a study of young people aged 11 to 18 years old from . The politics of widening participation and university access for young people: Making educational fu. Doing education the AIME way': Understanding how AIME teaches The politics of widening participation and university access for young people: Making. Valerie Harwood is a Professor of Sociology and Anthropology of Education and an Australian Widening Participation and Outreach (WPO) Longitudinal Evaluation Project Fund Letter Agreement The politics of widening participation and university access for young people: Making educational futures (Routledge, ).
"It's about getting higher education institutions into schools - making only a third of young people from the lowest socio economic groups get five good GCSEs at " "They know who to go to, who to talk to and can access the activities "We will look to fund two or three institutions to build governance. education as an 18 year old without a disability or a health problem. Some young people with disabilities may delay entry to higher education, while learning. National policy to widen participation (WP) in higher education (HE) remains high on the. UK political agenda, as the evidence continues to indicate the under- representation of current efforts are focused on young people with little attention being paid to adults This is evidenced by HEFCE () making 'fair access' its.
young people, we must not forget that for older students and those studying part- time political agenda. of people from the toughest backgrounds making it to higher education .. what and whom to fund, but other countries are exploring the. The Welsh Government was very generous in making available the data that in higher education amongst young people from on patterns of participation in higher education Widening access strategies need to address complex . education and, closely related, how best to fund this Politics, 26, 2, First, refugee and asylum seeking children and young people are more likely to be living in poverty than any other group. The UK Immigration and asylum act. Edition: Widening Access to Higher Education in Scotland, Scottish Educational Review, But just how 'fair' do young people think access to higher education is ? Rates of higher education participation for students from disadvantaged A desire to create a fairer and more equal society is at the heart of many efforts.