The Equity Audit is a comprehensive benchmarking tool that assesses diversity, equity, and inclusion for schools, nonprofit organizations, and companies.
The Equity Audit is the standard bearer for organizational growth on diversity, equity, and inclusion measures.
Equity in Schools
The Equity Audit provides over 180 customized indicators to assess governance, operations, program/pedagogy, adult culture and, where applicable, student culture. Equity in Schools indicators are linked to specific stakeholder groups: students, parents/family, community partners, vendors/subcontractors, faculty/staff, leadership, and Board. Depending on the school system structure, the Equity Audit also includes indicators that assess DEI in scholarships, teacher grants, and employee assistance benefits. For school districts, school authorizers and accrediting bodies, portfolio managers, statewide agencies, and funders, the equity audit serves as a benchmarking tool to identify organizational progress and related technical assistance needs across a network of schools.
Equity at Work
The Equity Audit provides over 150 customized indicators to assess governance, operations, program, and culture of nonprofit, benefit corporations, and for-profit businesses. Equity at Work indicators are specific to their stakeholder groups: target participants/clients, community partners, B2B vendors, employees, management, and trustees. Depending on the business structure, the equity audit also includes indicators that assess DEI in scholarships, grants, employee assistance benefits, and corporate giving. Businesses of all sizes and sectors benefit from this equity audit. For chambers of commerce, entrepreneurship accelerators, investors, and technical assistance providers, the Equity Audit serves as a benchmarking tool to identify progress towards diversity, equity, and inclusion and related technical assistance needs across a portfolio or cohort of businesses.