Atherton, G, Dumangane, C and Whitty, G (2016) Charting equity in higher education: drawing the global access map. Pearson, London. ISBN 9780992425746
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We know the economic benefit to individuals and to communities of increased levels of Higher Education (HE) participation. We also know that participation in HE has been expanding steadily; we anticipate there will be half a billion students participating in postsecondary education by 2030. But what do existing data tell us about who is accessing HE, and who is currently missing out? Specifically, what do we know about equity in access to high quality HE? Knowing that we are best able to manage what we measure, are institutions, nations, and international organisations capturing HE access data by critical social indicators (such as SES, gender, disability, or geographic remoteness to name but a few)?
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|Date Deposited:||29 Sep 2016 14:43|
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