There is suddenly a crispness in the air and, although higher education will look quite different to this time last year, September is for many of us the 'real' new year, bringing with it a new perspective and fresh possibilities.
New on the blog this month, Chris Bayes and Martin Walker share a case study of applying research-informed practice in an access to social work programme at Lancaster University. Also new on the blog, Jess Woodsford and Rose Sellman-Leava from Inclusive Futures discuss the potential of coaching as a tool for widening participation through enhancing 'possible selves'. Read more below.
We are always looking to raise the voices of those working to reduce inequality in education. If you have an idea for a blog post broadly in the area of widening participation and lifelong learning, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Our guide to writing a blog post for FACE has everything you need to get started.
As usual, we've done our best to collate interesting sector news and key sector events for you so you can prioritise what to attend in the upcoming months.
Jess and the FACE Team
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