DEI goals are worthy. Campus DEI bureaucracies fail them

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Writing about DEI in public forums, we have seen firsthand that criticism of DEI initiatives is often mistaken for hostility to the values of diversity and inclusion. … Mandatory diversity statements for hiring and promotion are ideological litmus tests. Diversity training is woefully ineffective. If we genuinely want to increase the number and enhance the success of historically excluded populations on campus, we think investing in academic-support services and pursuing cluster hires hold much more promise than DEI box-ticking exercises.”

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