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myfuture: Accessible, effective, and equitable careers and study information for low socioeconomic students

Location:

Online

Date:

May 16, 2024

Time:

12:00pm
to 1:00pm
AEST

Students from disadvantaged groups experience higher rates of post-secondary attrition and deferral, and poorer graduate employment outcomes. The provision of careers and study information from the early years of secondary school is far from equal across Australia. The impacts of inequity in career education can be profound and are long-lasting.

Professors Dawn Bennett and Jane Coffey set out to better understand the causes and consequences of this inequity, exploring the question “how might the information about higher education study options, pathways, and careers available to students from low SES backgrounds be made accessible, equitable, and effective”?

In this webinar, Professors Bennett and Coffey will present key findings from their 2022 research project Ameliorating disadvantage: Creating accessible, effective, and equitable careers and study information for low socioeconomic students

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Organisation:

Location:

Online

Date:

May 16, 2024

Time:

12:00pm
to 1:00pm
AEST

Cost:

Free

Audience:

Middle School | Secondary School
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