Access21 project is about people and the sharing of good teaching and learning practices

This project, in addressing educational inequality through widening the participation of students has achieved some excellent outcomes, even in very challenging times. It has provided a basis for schools to encourage and develop a whole school approach to third level student attainment with emphasis on scaffolding educational teaching and learning practices to develop students’ basic and transversal skills in our technology-based society. The most outstanding achievement of the project was the continued collaborations and communications between all partners before and during the Covid pandemic.

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About Access21 Empowering Students

This project aims to address educational inequality through widening the participation of students from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds in further and higher education across Europe. By working directly with both university-level educators and second-level teachers across Europe, this project aims to develop, expand and adapt an existing “widening participation” programme (Trinity Access 21) in both the Irish education context and other European countries, ultimately helping more students achieve their potential.

We are four partners based in Ireland, Italy, and Spain.