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School of Education 2021 Webinar Series Report – Adult Learning and Youth Transitions

School of Education 2021 Webinar Series Report – Adult Learning and Youth Transitions

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Dr Muir Houston, Deputy Director of CR&DALL opened the webinar and provided an overview of logistics for the 80+ delegates and panellists. Professor Ellen Boeren, Deputy Director of Research in the School of Education, began formal proceedings, explaining that adult learning and youth transition is a core and important theme of the School.

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School of Education 2021 Webinar Series - Adult Learning and Youth Transitions

Webinar - Celebrating Social Justice Research in Education - Adult Learning and Youth Transitions

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Join us for the third of five exciting events that focus on key issues in educational research. The focus of this webinar is on the impact of learning opportunities on the life courses of young and older adults, including those most vulnerable in labour markets and at risk of social exclusion. Further details can be found in the attachment.

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School of Education 2021 Webinar Series Report – Collaborative Schooling for Change

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Dr Muir Houston, Deputy Director of CR&DALL opened the webinar and provided an overview of logistics for the 80+ delegates and panellists. Professor Michael Osborne, Director of Research in the School of Education, began formal proceedings.

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School of Education 2021 Webinar Series Report – Urban and Place Based Learning

School of Education 2021 Webinar Series Report – Urban and Place Based Learning

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Dr Muir Houston, Deputy Director of CR&DALL opened the webinar and provided an overview of logistics for the 80+ delegates and panellists. Professor Michael Osborne, Director of Research in the School of Education, began formal proceedings and introduced Professor Margery McMahon, Head of School, who welcomed delegates. Professor Osborne then explained that in this webinar with its theme of Urban and Place Based Learning, we would be hearing from representatives of four of the school’s major projects in this area, some very local to the city of Glasgow and others that involved cities and neighbourhoods in the global south.

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Project Launch | Gendered Journeys: the trajectories of STEM students and graduates through higher education and into employment in India and Rwanda

Project Launch | Gendered Journeys

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This project will investigate how far, and in what ways, gender may have an influence in the progress of students through higher education, graduation and progression into skilled employment in the STEM sector in India and Rwanda. This is important because science has a critical role in supporting global sustainable development that will not be realised unless it makes better use of the potential skills of women and girls.

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Invitation to the World Access to Higher Education Day (WAHED24) Global Online Conference Series - 17th November

Invitation to the World Access to Higher Education Day (WAHED24) Global Online Conference Series

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WAHED24 is a unique collaboration between the WAHED and the Asia Europe Foundation, Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia (EPHEA) & National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), the Lumina Foundation, the University of Nairobi and the UNESCO International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (IESALC).

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World Access to HE Newsletter - 16th October 2020

World Access to HE Newsletter - 16th October 2020

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World Access to Higher Education Day (WAHED) is a day of awareness raising that aims to bring global attention to inequality in access to higher education and to accelerate action.  Now in its third year, WAHED is organised by the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON).

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Higher Education after COVID-19

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The shift from the direct public funding of higher education to fee-based funding supported by student loans was supposed to put university finances on a stable footing and remove them from politics. John Holmwood, professor of sociology at the University of Nottingham and a co-founder of the Campaign for the Public University, argues that fee-based systems of higher education are in crisis.

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