Equity and students as partners: The importance of inclusive relationships

  • Sarah O'Shea University of Wollongong
Keywords: University outreach, equity and access, students as partners

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Published
2018-12-04
How to Cite
O’Shea, S. (2018). Equity and students as partners: The importance of inclusive relationships. International Journal for Students As Partners, 2(2), 16-20. https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v2i2.3628
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Opinion Piece