The ability of students to participate in higher education from home is being disrupted by a lack of access to core digital infrastructure, new survey data published by the Office for Students (@officestudents) shows today, as a major new review into digital teaching and learning is launched.
Analysis by the @OfficeStudents of this year’s @UCASonline figures shows that more young people from disadvantaged areas are going into higher education – including selective universities – this year, though significant challenges remain.
The @OfficeStudents (OfS) has welcomed the certainty that #ALevel students can now rely on centre assessed grades this year, and called for universities to take all reasonable steps to ensure students receive places on their chosen courses.
After receiving almost 900 applications, the @officestudents (OfS) has appointed ten new members to its student panel, which meets regularly throughout the year to advise the OfS and ensure that students’ interests are reflected in everything we do.
The new panellists are (in image order from left to right):
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