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Australia’s first systematic national evidence base

Hands On Learning will feature in Building futures for young Australians at risk: a coordinated measurement framework and data archive being undertaken by the University of Melbourne to investigate what works to combat early school leaving. This national research project will identify and analyse the processes that lead to successful outcomes for marginalised and disadvantaged youth, including school completion, personal wellbeing, employment, and the capacity to engage with civic life.  Click here to read the project description

Russ on the LLEAP panel
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Leading Learning in Education and Philanthropy

Russ on the LLEAP panel

Hands On Learning features as the lead case study in Australia’s first national study into the impact of philanthropy in education.   Leading Learning in Education and Philanthropy (LLEAP) is a three year research project that shares best practice approaches to improving education outcomes by the Australian Council of Education Research, with the support of the Ian Potter Foundation.  Read the case study here

HOLA CEO and Founder Russell Kerr joined an expert panel for the launch of the LEEAP Guide and Cases companion document.  Listen here to Russell talk about how collaboration between the philanthropic sector and education can grow with maximum impact.

Click here to read the full LLEAP document