What works to reduce equality gap in employment and employability
Auteur(s) : David Robinson
Editeur(s) : Education Policy Institute
Date : 07/2022
A new report, commissioned by The Centre for Transforming Access and Student Outcomes in Higher Education (TASO) and produced in collaboration with EPI and the Centre for Education and Youth (CfEY), explores existing evidence behind proven methods to reduce employment and employability inequalities.
The report utilises a range of evidence to answer a number of questions.
- Data analysis to understand the context. What are the labour market outcomes for graduates from disadvantaged backgrounds and how do they compare to those for non-disadvantaged graduates?
- Literature review to gather evidence of what works. Which programmes does the technical and academic literature suggest are effective in improving labour market outcomes for disadvantaged graduates?
- Sector consultation to explore insights from practice. What do practitioners and experts working in the field of graduate careers and employment report about their experiences of delivering and evaluating programmes for students from disadvantaged backgrounds?
Summarising existing evidence behind closing quality gaps in employment and employability, the report makes a number of recommendations for higher education providers to improve equality.
Télécharger le document : https://epi.org.uk/.../TASO_Main-Report_What-works-to-reduce-equality-gaps-in-employment-and-employability.pdf
mot(s) clé(s) : relation formation - emploi