Lucy Hunter Blackburn's submission to CoWA & Sarah Minty's paper to BERA referenced in Social Mobility & Child Poverty Commission report (18.12.2015)
Lucy Hunter Blackburn's previous submission to the call for evidence by the Scottish Government's Commission on Widening Access, and Sarah Minty's paper on young people's attitude towards fees and debt in Scotland were referenced.
Their research was cited in the report "State of the Nation 2015: Social Mobility and Child Poverty in Great Britain", published by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission.
The submisison of Hunter Blackburn and the presentation of Minty, as well as other related evidence and papers from CREID, can be viewed via the following links:
- Evidence from Lucy Hunter Blackburn to the Scottish Government Commission on Widening Access (Click HERE for its Annex)
- Minty's paper and presentation to the British Education Research Association (BERA) Conference 2015
- Presentations from CREID to the Commission of Widening Access
- Others papers from CREID submitted to the Commission on Widening Access
- Other papers from CREID presented at BERA Conference 2015
- Scottish Higher Education: Getting in and Getting on (1.12.2015)
- Understanding student finance in Scotland: launch event (11.9.2015)
- Attracting diversity: Identifying underrepresented groups
- Research into widening participation at the University of Edinburgh: the student’s perspective
- Higher Education in Scotland, the Devolution Settlement and the Referendum on Independence
Blackburn, Hunter Lucy. (2015) Whose to lose? Citizens, institutoins and the ownership of higher educaiton funding in a devolved UK. HEPI Report 72.
Minty, Sarah (2015) Student finance: A guide to higher education in Scotland. Edinburgh: CREID, University of Edinburgh.