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Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment
The Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment is a comprehensive and proprietary assessment that leverages Diversity Abroad's AIDE Roadmap Guidelines to help higher education leaders measure, map and improve the effectiveness of their international education operation through a diversity, equity and inclusion lens. The assessment is designed to provide leaders with the data, insights and guidance needed to improve the health of their international education operation and ensure such educational activities support the academic success and career readiness of all students but places emphasis on the following populations:
The Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment audits the following areas within offices, departments, and organizations responsible for supporting student success through high impact education abroad programming:
Strategy and Communications
Academics and Student Success
Organizations have the flexibility of engaging the entire Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment at once or each assessment module can be administered separately.
The following outlines the per assessment module pricing for members and non-members:
To request access to the Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment, please submit the form below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How much time should be allocated for completing the Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment?
Based on feedback from pilot institutions, completion of all 9 modules of the Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment may take between 10 and 14 hours.
Should this be completed by one staff member? A team or committee?
It can be advantageous to designate one staff person as the project manager to guide a committee in completing the Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment. Information and data will need to be gathered from multiple campus units which will require a collaborative effort.
How does my information remain confidential?
Scores from participating institutions are blindly aggregated. Institutions can gauge progress by comparing scores to other similar institutions (based on student enrollment and institution type); however, institutional names are not made public. Institution's score and overall rating will only be reported with the consent of the institution.
What if we are just beginning our efforts toward Diversity and Inclusion in Education Abroad? Should we wait to participate until our efforts have become more institutionalized?
The Global Equity & Inclusion Assessment is intended to engage and recognize the full spectrum of study abroad offices at colleges and universities in the U.S. Additionally, it is intended to involve those just starting their efforts toward diversity and inclusion in education abroad to long-time diversity and inclusion leaders.
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