The National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) is seeking contributions to a strategic long-term vision for student equity in Australian higher education.
Responses are invited to the Student Equity 2030 Discussion Paper, which aims to outline the key concepts, challenges and contradictions associated with achieving student equity in higher education, and point out possible options for resolving these. We would like to invite a broad range of stakeholders including government policy makers, researchers, community organisation representatives and professional HE staff to a roundtable conversation to explore the key questions posed in the Discussion Paper in a collaborative and constructive conversational form.
RMIT is hosing the Melbourne roundtable on Monday, 15 October from 10am-12pm. Morning tea will be provided on arrival.
Feedback from written submissions and the roundtables will inform a final report, A Vision for Student Equity 2030, which will be launched at World Access to Higher Education Day in Perth on 28 November 2018.
Please feel free to distribute this through your networks, and support the conversation through the #StudentEquity2030 hashtag. More information is available on the NCSEHE website.