Recent figures from HESA show an increase in disadvantaged young people entering higher education. How are NCOP partners working to boost this participation?
Understanding the barriers to higher education among the most disadvantaged communities is a principal challenge. Yet identifying them remains the key to effective educational engagement.
A recent report from Student Minds recommends training accommodation staff to support mental health difficulties, as part of a whole-university approach to student and staff wellbeing.
To nurture students experiencing disadvantage we need to support them to challenge limiting mindsets.
Despite many positive reports about the benefits of outreach activity, we lack strong evidence about the impact and cost-effectiveness of different approaches.
A new searchable pool of resources captures the legacy of the National Networks for Collaborative Outreach.
From the most isolated parts of the country, to disadvantaged white working class boys, online mentoring is sowing the seeds of aspiration.
Coordination rooted in local knowledge is helping to widen participation across the region.
A new website provides a one stop shop for adults seeking part-time, flexible and tailored educational opportunities.
What are the challenges of working with younger children, and are they best met if institutions work together?