Despite efforts to increase accountability in higher education, racial/ethnic disparities in student outcomes are a reality at most colleges and universities in the United States. Although most states have accountability systems, equity has not been incorporated as an indicator of institutional accountability. Recognizing that data and campus-level practitioners are at the heart of organizational learning and change, researchers at the University of Southern California's Center for Urban Education (CUE) created the Equity Scorecard, a multifaceted approach to institutional accountability that involves practitioners in data practices designed to create new knowledge and bring about change within themselves and their institutions. The Equity Scorecard is a tool and an established process to develop evidence-based awareness of race-based inequalities among practitioners and to instill a sense of ...

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