Examining the Challenges Making Excellence Inclusive
Keywords:inclusive, excellence, collaboration, equity, broad
The term Inclusive Excellence (IE) is being applied to many efforts in higher education to address past exclusionary practices. IE is more than a term, it is a vision of what could be. It is a deliberate set of actions to ensure that all students, especially those who have historically been underserved by the fragmented attempts in higher education to address the disparities in student learning outcomes. Readers are expected to learn about strategies to genuinely make excellence inclusive to address existing inequities in education.
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