Press release: Andrew Denholm of the Herald Scotland and Chris Marshall of the Scotsman wrote articles based on the press release issued on 10 June 2013 about the final report for the project "Changing Transitions to a Differentiated Higher Education System".
Seminar: Changing Inequalities and Access to a Differentiated Higher Education System to disseminate the findings of the project "Changing Transitions to a Differentiated Higher Education System" funded by the Nuffield Foundation (Friday 14th June 2013, 14.00-17.00, Godfrey Thomson Hall, Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh).
Think Tank 1: The funding of higher education in Scotland, the UK and internationally, organised by Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID) (Wednesday 22nd May 2013, 09:30-16:00, Godfrey Thomson Hall, Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh).
Seminar: Deliberative democracy and parental participation in Mexican secondary schools by Dr Pedro Flores-Crespo of the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico (Wednesday 24th April 2013, 16.00-17.30, Genomics Seminar Room, 3rd Floor, St John’s Land).
On 17 April 2013 the Scottish Funding Council held its annual Learning for All conference, to coincide with the publication of its seventh Measures of Success update report. David Raffe's presentation to the conference, on "University Outcome Agreements and Legislative Duties: Opportunities and Threats for Equality and Widening Access" can be accessed here.
Darcie Gillie's presentation on The career destinations of widening participation graduates 2004-2009 is now available. Copies of Widening participation First Destinations Report 2004 and Widening participation First Destinations Report 2007 are available for download.
New CES Briefing
The Paradox of Scotland: limited credit transfer in a credit-based system, Cathy Howieson and David Raffe
CES carries out research in the social sciences of education that is independent, methodologically sound and that explores fundamental issues about the purposes and processes of education, and of policy in education, with a starting point in Scotland, but located in the wider framework of Europe.
The research of the CES is published in a variety of forms including briefings for policy-makers and practitioners, articles in academic and professional journals, reports and books. Key research findings are summarised in a regular series of CES Briefings.
CES is based in the Moray House School of Education