Using data to improve the disabled student experience. UK research project undertaken by Skill for ECU, looking at how HEIs encourage disabled student disclosure and take up of support, and how data on the student experience is collected and used.
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UK research project undertaken by Skill for ECU, looking at how HEIs encourage disabled student disclosure and take up of support, and how data on the student experience is collected and used.
Barbara Waters, Chief Executive (retired), Skill
Equality Challenge Unit supports the higher education sector in all four nations to realise the potential of all staff and students whatever their race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, or age, to the benefit of those individuals, higher education institutions and society.
- need to better manage and use data on disabled student populations
- encourage and support disability disclosure and take up of the entitlement to UK Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA)
- understand the link between student progression and achievement and provision of adjustments/accommodations
Cross organisation approach to monitoring progression and achievement supports inclusive practice and also equality duty and Quality Assurance code of practice