What you'll learn

  • Identify how varied learning conditions can impact institutional structures that support the achievement of equitable student success
  • Gain a deeper understanding of how your institution achieves student success and equity
  • Leverage real-time tools and strategies to develop an equity-focused action plan for your institution’s current and evolving learning environment
  • Explore critical components necessary to cultivate more equitable outcomes for all student populations, including organizational structures, data-informed culture, and resources/budgets

Course description

As COVID-19 continues to reshape the education landscape, this ongoing disruption has also illuminated racial and socioeconomic inequities at higher education institutions — upending student lives, deepening the digital divide, and diminishing persistence rates. Ensuring Equitable Student Success in Higher Education will provide higher education leaders with the tools and strategies needed to generate equitable outcomes for all students.

Ensuring Equitable Student Success in Higher Education is a four-week, virtual institute that combines cutting-edge research with practical application. You will have the opportunity to engage with fellow participants and HGSE faculty as you participate in live sessions, discussion boards, and informal break-out sessions. The program also includes readings, case studies, and the development of a customized action plan.

Instructor

  • Senior Lecturer at the Graduate School of Education

Associated Schools

  • Harvard Graduate School of Education

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