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The Equity Scorecard: A Collaborative Approach to Assess and Respond to Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Student Outcomes
Responding to the Realities of Race on Campus: New Directions for Student Services (2007)
  • Frank Harris, San Diego State University
  • Estela M Bensimon, University of Southern California
Abstract

The Equity Scorecard, a nationally recognized and widely used organizational learning process designed to foster institutional change through the identification and elimination of racial disparities among college students, is described in this chapter. The effectiveness of this process and its potential impact are also discussed.

Publication Date
2007
Publisher
Jossey-Bass
Citation Information
Harris III, F., & Bensimon, E.M. (2007). The Equity Scorecard: A collaborative approach to assess and respond to racial/ethnic disparities in student outcomes. In S.R. Harper & L.D. Patton (Eds.), Responding to the Realities of Race on Campus: New Directions for Student Services, 120 (pp. 77-84). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.