Hatt, S. , Baxter, A. and Tate, J.
Measuring Progress: an evaluative study of Aimhigher South West 2003-6.
To be published in Higher Education Quarterly, 61 (3).
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|Additional Information:||In 2003, the Aimhigher partnerships in the South West agreed to adopt a common evidence strategy, assessing progress through a combination of secondary data, quality indicators and a unique longitudinal tracking study. This study follows the educational careers of a sample of young people who have taken part in widening participation activities. A recent report on Aimhigher Area Studies (EKOS 2007) commended this approach and noted that it �has been able to provide a more robust analysis of what is working than was seen elsewhere'. This strategic approach to evaluation has attracted attention nationally. Hatt has been invited to act as consultant to HEFCE to produce evidence guidelines for all Aimhigher partnerships. Hatt was responsible for 65% of this output.|
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