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Using individual-level contextual indicators to identify disadvantaged applicants: Evidence from the Foundation Year at Lady Margaret Hall, a college of Oxford University

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This provides a working example of how individual-level contextual indicators could be used to target widening-participation interventions specifically for students from low socioeconomic status (low-SES) groups. It is based on the experience of developing selection criteria to identify disadvantaged students for a Foundation Year at Lady Margaret Hall (LMH), a college of Oxford University. The process built on the body of published academic work looking at the most suitable contextual indic...

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Lady Margaret Hall
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Lady Margaret Hall
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Publisher:
University of Oxford
Publication date:
2019
Spatial coverage:
United Kingdom
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Temporal coverage:
2017 - 2019
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2017 - 2019
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English
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Digital
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Data from applications made to the LMH Foundation Year 2017-2019 showing interaction between individual-level and area-level contextual indicators of disadvantage.

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