Researching Equity, Access and Participation,
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Working in Partnership
Although we have a greater focus on research REAP continues to value its partnerships with statutory and voluntary agencies interested and committed to offering lifelong learning opportunities for learners with limited experience of education. From our own experience and the feedback received from partners we believe that this approach is highly beneficial. See ACA working in partnership as an example of how policy and practice are enhanced by a partnership approach.
Reasons for Working in Partnership
REAP works in partnership in all key areas of its work:
Partnership for Research
In developing a research agenda REAP is keen to include issues identified by the community as well as responding to current concerns of funding bodies supporting research relating to factors associated with educational equality, widening participation and lifelong learning.
Partnership for Dissemination
REAP is uniquely placed to disseminate local, regional, and national issues, to a wide number of different audiences including: tutors, community partners, practitioners, researchers, senior managers in FE Colleges and Higher Education Institutions, Local Educational Authorities, and national networks.
We aim to disseminate for awareness and understanding using local, regional, national and international staff development events, research papers and project information leaflets and reports.
Partnership for Course Development
Courses and staff development opportunities are always developed in partnership. This allows us to:
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