Where are we? Institutional research and equity in higher education
|DuCette, Joseph P.
|This study examined the perceptions of institutional research practitioners in advancing racial and ethnic equity, including understanding if institutional researchers view themselves as change agents and whether institutional researchers feel equipped or have the capacity to advance racial and ethnic equity at their institution. Further, this study explored if there was any difference based on institutional characteristics and institutional researcher demographics. A mixed-methods approach was employed that included a national survey of institutional researchers and semi-structured interviews. The results of this study illustrate the current perspective and engagement of institutional researchers in advancing racial and ethnic equity within their respective institutions. Additionally, recommendations for future research are discussed.
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|Where are we? Institutional research and equity in higher education
|Davis, James Earl, 1960-
|Laufgraben, Jodi Levine, 1966-
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