Centre for Transforming Access and Student Outcomes in Higher Education
We are funding a new independent 'what works' centre to help universities meet challenging targets to eliminate equality gaps in higher education within 20 years.
The Centre for Transforming Access and Student Outcomes (TASO) will use evidence and evaluation to understand and show how higher education contributes to social justice and mobility.
It is being established by a consortium from King’s College London, Nottingham Trent University, and the Behavioural Insights Team
TASO will exist as an independent hub for higher education professionals to access leading research, toolkits, evaluation techniques and more, to help widen participation and improve equality across the student lifecycle.
It follows our ambitious targets to eliminate gaps in entry and drop-out rates between the most and least represented groups, and gaps in degree outcomes between white and black and disabled and non-disabled students.
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