This paper examines educational equity, inclusion, accommodations and matters of opportunities and fairness in higher education. It includes the rationale for educational equity, inclusion, and accommodations in higher education focusing on the intersectionality of personal conditions of students; fairness, opportunity and intersectionality; and the exploration of shared learning environments as opposed to the concepts or exclusion and inclusion.
Austin Carlson, WCU Student Volunteer
Dr. Betty Surbeck, Department of Graduate Social Work at West Chester University
Dr. Surbeck brings 30 years of work experience in public and nonprofit social services agencies in direct social services and in the development and management of programs. She has published in peer reviewed professional journals and a presenter at peer reviewed conferences. Dr. Surbeck earned a Ph.D. in Social Work from Rutgers University and Master Degrees from Bryn Mawr College.