Understanding Implicit Bias to Create Culturally Proficient and Socially Just Education
Higher education must implement new ways of achieving social justice and performing the business of education to survive the impending shakeout stemming from increasing competition for enrollment, operating costs, and price sensitivity plus decreasing state aid, net tuition, endowment income, and college-bound high school graduates. Universities that survive the shakeout will achieve financial sustainability, educational excellence, and social justice while providing equal educational opportunity and resource equity by implementing the book’s best practices, strategies, and holistic budgeting model.
Higher Education's Looming Collapse: Using New Ways of Doing Business and Social Justice to Avoid Bankruptcy
Rowman & Littlefield
Brion, Corinne, "Understanding Implicit Bias to Create Culturally Proficient and Socially Just Education" (2021). Books and Book Chapters by University of Dayton Faculty. 110.