By Mahsood Shah, Gail Whiteford BappSc(Occ Therapy) MHSc(Occ Therapy) PhD
Bridges, Pathways and Transitions: overseas strategies in Widening Participation exhibits that widening participation projects and rules have had a profound impression on bettering entry to raised schooling to traditionally marginalized teams of scholars from varied socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
The study provided offers a resource of thought to scholars who're navigating drawback to achieve greater schooling opposed to the percentages. There are tales of luck in tricky situations, revealing the resilience and resolution of people and collectives to struggle for a spot in better schooling to enhance possibilities for securing social mobility for subsequent generations.
The e-book additionally unearths that extra paintings and coverage interventions are had to additional equalize the enjoying box among social teams. Governments have to tackle the entrenched structural inequalities, quite the consequences of poverty, that hinder extra academically capable deprived scholars from engaging in greater schooling at the foundation of the situations in their birth.
Across the globe, social replica is much much more likely than social mobility due to rules and practices that proceed to guard the privilege of these within the heart and best of social buildings. With the distance among wealthy and terrible widening at a cost formerly unseen, we want radical rules to equalize the taking part in box in basic ways.
- Focuses on collaborations with faculties, households, and groups
- Highlights instruments and strategies to help within the production of pathways, bridging projects into better education
- Includes case reports that express how scholars are supported through the transition into excessive schooling systems
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00002-6 © 2017 M. Shah and G. Whiteford. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. 17 18 Bridges, Pathways, and Transitions development of a national strategy of widening participation, and for the consideration and comparison of approaches taken in Australia, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, and the United States, and to a lesser extent, England (p. 11). They conclude that despite the many differences in these educational systems, there were significant similarities in the factors which enabled or hindered access to higher education.
At that time, one of the universities that had been an original member of SWPHEF, decided to pursue a unilateral bid. 2 million Australian dollars, the largest single federal government widening participation grant in Australia. From a bold vision of innovative and collaborative action, Bridges to Higher Education became an entity. In other words, Bridges was born. 2 Bridges: Establishing Priorities From the outset, the stated purpose of Bridges was to: Improve academic outcomes—through enriched learning opportunities for students from low SES backgrounds in areas linked to HE and by building school students’ abilities in reading, writing, numeracy, and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in primary and high school.
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Bridges, Pathways and Transitions. International Innovations in Widening Participation by Mahsood Shah, Gail Whiteford BappSc(Occ Therapy) MHSc(Occ Therapy) PhD