When we discuss equity, inclusion and access to education, we often talk about the barriers to be overcome. I guess we will have that discussion in this forum over the next few weeks.
To take a different view, this topic considers how we can tell when equity and inclusion efforts are successful. What are the signs of success? Who decides what is successful? Does success have to be measured, or is it about a feeling or sense of cultural change?
If you have an opinion, an example from your own work or the published literature, or any resources to share, you are welcome to share them here.