Young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are up to 30% more likely to be unemployed, more likely to underachieve academically, and currently make up only 16% of the undergraduate university population in Australia. Underrepresentation is primarily due to isolation, limited access to educational resources, and limited awareness of higher education opportunities. The ASPIRE project will utilise online learning and video conferencing technology to address social inequities in the education system. Students will have access to master classes, mentoring and individualised career and tertiary education-focused content. Over two years, the project will enable more than 3,500 NSW-based socio-economically disadvantaged primary and high school students and their parents to access interactive learning material and individualised educational support online.
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