By Ted Fleming, Andrew Loxley, Fergal Finnegan
This publication explores the entry and participation matters current inside of larger schooling in eire. It examines coverage, pedagogy and practices with regards to widening participation and files the growth and demanding situations encountered in furthering the ‘access time table’ during the last twenty years. entry has turn into an essential component of the way larger schooling knows itself and the way it explains the price of what it does for society as a complete. bettering entry to schooling strengthens social solidarity, lessens inequality, promises the longer term energy of tertiary associations and guarantees monetary competitiveness and adaptability within the period of the “Knowledge dependent Economy”. delivering a coherent, serious account of contemporary advancements in Irish greater schooling and the consequences for Irish society as a complete, this ebook is key for these concerned either in discovering the sector and in better schooling itself.
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The implications are serious for the quality of teaching as well as for the much sought after international university rankings (HEA 2015a, p. 22). The HEA itself identiﬁes a number of difﬁculties as a result of the reduction in state funding: falling resources (staff student ratios, reduced funding from public sources), over-crowding, demographic changes (increased population up to 29 per cent by 2028), increased fees, increased demand for postgraduate education and increased demands for lifelong learning (HEA 2015b, p.
There would be less emphasis on hierarchical authority and more on participatory decisionmaking; more dialogue than dictat; the elimination of corporate culture and the nourishing of self-government and a clear priority given to social justice and human rights. Pedagogy too would match this with social analysis, critical reﬂection and reconstructing the teacher–student relationship where both become co-investigators of reality. Students would be involved in all aspects of college life. And above all education would be redeﬁned as an exercise in democracy that teaches democracy and aims to reproduce more democracy in classrooms, society and the work places.
But a more troubling picture lies behind these ambitions and successes. Economic inequality continues to have an enormous inﬂuence on participation rates and students of all ages from disadvantaged and lower socioeconomic backgrounds face considerable obstacles to attending third level education (HEA 2014b). The continuing low level of take up by nonmanual and semi-skilled workers is worrying (HEA 2014b, appendix 2). In fact, according to the HEA (2014a) the number of young people from semi- and unskilled families going on to college has fallen since 2004.
Access and Participation in Irish Higher Education by Ted Fleming, Andrew Loxley, Fergal Finnegan