The National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education has published a new collection of case studies. The Curtin U based research programme presents work undertaken at universities across the country as part the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Programme.
“HEPPP has provided universities with the flexibility to develop bespoke equity programs which align with their institutional profile and strategic priorities. Put differently, there is no one best way to develop and implement a HEPPP program; instead, this publication is a celebration of the diversity of successful initiatives undertaken under the banner of HEPPP,” NCSEHE programme director Sue Trinidad and research fellow Nadine Zacharias write. It’s a great resource on equity achievements, one every opposition and crossbench senator and MP might find useful if MYEFO includes funding horrors for HEPPP.