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A comparative study of the equity strategies employed by Australian universities

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posted on 15.07.2021, 03:23 by D Wood, M McLeod, K Viragh, M Devlin, A Hill, Andrew HarveyAndrew Harvey, A Bennett, J Hanley, G Whitty, K Nelson

This National Priorities Pool funded project has involved a collaboration of six Australian universities, which collectively undertook a comparative study of the approaches each university employs to guide the prioritisation, management and evaluation of Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP) funded initiatives aimed at increasing access, participation and outcomes for people from low socio-economic status (LSES) backgrounds, and how they act on the findings from evaluation to plan future policy, initiatives and services. The project addressed two national priority areas: building the evidence base, and more effective programme implementation.

Funding

Australian Government Department of Education and Training through the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program - National Priorities Pool.

History

Publication Date

30/04/2017

Commissioning Body

Australian Government Department of Education and Training

Type of report

Other research report

Publisher

Central Queensland University

Place of publication

Rockhampton, Queensland

Pagination

112p.

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