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There is a widespread belief that diversity in leadership furthers colleges’ missions, particularly as they serve increasing numbers of low-income and underrepresented minority students.
This issue brief will examine whether colleges are meeting goals they set following the George Floyd murder; best practices regarding mentorship; personnel pipeline issues; inherent-bias training; and what lessons might be learned from colleges that have large numbers of minority administrators, such as HBCUs and some two-year colleges. We’ll also look at the role of trustees in diversity efforts, along with equity audits, benchmarking, and other tools colleges are using.