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Most institutions experiencing protests or demonstrations focus narrowly on responding to activists and supporting administrators on the front lines. However, campus activism affects more than just the immediate participants. It affects the greater student body, the broader campus community, and even external stakeholders. Each of these constituencies has specific questions and concerns, requiring institutional attention when responding to activism on campus.
Heads of school are being asked to respond to incivility in the classroom and events off campus. EAB recommends that schools prepare for flashpoints as part of their risk mitigation practices, create structures to consistently respond and prepare for risk, and that they use flashpoints as learning opportunities. Review these three key areas to get started.
11 guides, worksheets, and templates to navigate the new wave of student activism
Colleges and universities are not the only organizations that experience climate "flashpoints": Incidents around diversity and inclusion, sexual misconduct, and free speech are affecting some of the most well-known businesses today. Here's what higher ed can learn from Starbucks' response to high-profile bias incident.