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Response to ‘Pathways For Potential’, The Russell Group’s report on tackling educational inequality.
In response to the report ‘Pathways For Potential’ published today by The Russell Group, which is their action plan for transforming opportunities for disadvantaged students, The Access Project’s CEO Nathan Sansom has issued a statement regarding our involvement.
We have launched a series of new “Life in Lockdown” videos sharing how our students, alumni and staff are adjusting to the new normal at home. In these challenging times The Access Project has adapted its programme to ensure our young people don’t fall behind. Now we want to share how TAP is helping.
Volunteer tutor Ellen first heard about what we do at The Access Project through her work at The Health Foundation and from this moment she was inspired to make a difference herself. Read more about what tutoring with us has taught her.
The Access Project (TAP) has been shortlisted for the UK-wide Charity Governance Awards 2020. TAP has made the shortlist of three in the “Improving Impact” category for a charity of 26+ staff members. Read more about our nomination here.
We wanted to provide you with inspiring stories of professionals who have made it to the top of their profession, regardless of background.
In the first of an occasional series “Access all areas”, Stephanie Boyce shares the story behind her success.