Rethinking Cultural Competence: Key Considerations for Academic Leadership

With the surge of student demonstrations regarding race relations last fall, nearly three-fourths of the demands posted by students at 73 US colleges and universities emphasized the need for new or revised cultural competency or diversity training. The students underscored the need for all campus constituencies, including faculty, administrators, staff, and students, as well as the police to increase their overall cultural competency (Chessman and Wayt 2016).

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