Addressing Differential Outcomes for Widening Access Learners

Caroline Wilson

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    This was an invited talk about a report written for TASO – transforming student access and outcomes in HE.
    TASO is an independent hub for HE professionals to access research, toolkits and evaluation guidance in order to eliminate equality gaps within 20 years. Originally set up and seed-funded by OfS.
    The report was about investigating what we know, and don’t know, about interventions to level up student experience for all groups.
    To illustrate the points it raises in practice, examples were drawn from our own experience at Coventry University.


    • Access, Disparity, Attainment


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