MaCE - Marginalisation and Co-created Education

Peter Hornbæk Frostholm, David Thore Gravesen, Sidse Hølvig Mikkelsen, Mette Bunting, Paul Cammack, Kathrine Bordevich, Pete Boyd

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The need for high levels of post-secondary education has more and more become a condition for success within the global labour markets. Thus, the importance across Europe for young people to have an equal opportunity to Higher Education has been recognised and become an important goal for the European countries. However, empirical evidence suggests that when it comes to social class, equal opportunities on its own will not ensure equal outcomes. The global growth of Higher Education institutions has been given better access to students who may have experienced economic, educational and cultural forms of deprivation. On the other hand, generations of families not entering education is often a consequence of limited social, economic and cultural capitals. Young people/students with a background with being Not in Education or Training (NEET) or having been Early School Leavers (ESL), are associated with long-term negative outcomes. This again produces specific barriers for what we call first-generation students entering Higher Education.
StatusUdgivet - 2018
BegivenhedECER 2018: Inclusion and Exclusion, Resources for Educational Research? - Free University Bolzano, Bolzano, Italien
Varighed: 4 sep. 20187 sep. 2018


KonferenceECER 2018
LokationFree University Bolzano


  • Læring, pædagogik og undervisning
  • co-creation
  • marginaliserede unge
  • marginalisering
  • Skoler, fag og institutioner
  • drop-outs
  • marginalisering
  • Undersøgelsesdesign, teori og metode
  • etnografisk metode
  • interview


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