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Yes, the cost of university study does deter disadvantaged students

Wonkhe

The post Yes, the cost of university study does deter disadvantaged students appeared first on Wonkhe. New research from the Sutton Trust finds a widespread appetite for higher education is dampened by perceptions of the cost of study.

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The Advantage of Disadvantage

Jon Boeckenstedt

Blog posts have half-lives of about 72 hours, and my most recent one is no exception. It It got some good traction on Twitter, although I believe many people are as tired of debating the SAT as I am; it was picked up and posted in the Chronicle of Higher Education morning update (and to my surprise […]

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Transfer enrollment rose 5.3% in fall 2023, pointing to pandemic recovery

Higher Ed Dive

Some of the biggest gains were among historically disadvantaged students, National Student Clearinghouse Research Center data showed.

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Colleges should help disadvantaged faculty attend conferences (opinion)

Inside Higher Ed

Category: Conditionally Accepted How much an institution helps pay for financially disadvantaged BIPOC faculty to attend conferences indicates how equitable and embracing it truly is, writes Reem Khamis.

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In the search for jobs, should disadvantaged students behave more like middle-class students … or should the labour market change?

HEPI

Many organisations work hard to tackle the reality that disadvantaged students tend to have less meaningful networks – in the past, HEPI has worked with some of them (such as JobTeaser, Gradcore and Handshake). Moreover, the pandemic increased isolation and worsened mental health.

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The cost of participation: perceptions of higher education amongst young, white British males from areas of educational disadvantage

HEPI

Methods and approach In seeking to contribute to the evidence base, I was commissioned to conduct a study into the educational ambitions and motivations of young, white British males from five areas of educational and economic disadvantage across the North West of England.

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Nursing Home Staffing in Disadvantaged Communities: Academic Minute

Inside Higher Ed

Travers, assistant professor in the Rory Meyers College of Nursing, focuses on the challenges of staffing nursing homes in disadvantaged communities. Today on the Academic Minute , part of New York University Week: Jasmine L. Learn more about the Academic Minute here. Is this diversity newsletter?: Hide by line?: