Resource: Reports and Studies on DEI

National Association of Scholars

Editor’s Note: The National Association of Scholars has, over the last few years, released studies on growth and effects of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at institutions and within states across the America. Below we include those studies and similar reports from other organizations and researchers. Our hope is that this will serve as a resource or example for other researchers of DEI. (Updated March 8, 2023)


United States

Social Justice Education in America (National Association of Scholars)

Ideological Intensification: A Quantitative Study of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in STEM Subjects at American Universities (National Association of Scholars)

Grooming Future Revolutionaries: Woke Indoctrination at K-12 Schools on America’s Military Bases (The Claremont Institute Center for the American Way of Life)

Alabama

Going Woke in Dixie?: The progress of DEI at the University of Alabama & Auburn University (The Claremont Institute Center for the American Way of Life)

Arizona

Educating for Citizenship: Arizona Case Study (National Association of Scholars)

The New Loyalty Oaths: How Arizona's Public Universities Compel Job Applicants to Endorse Progressive Politics (Goldwater Institute)

California

California's Blueprint for K-12 Education (The Claremont Institute Center for the American Way of Life)

The Woke Takeover at University of San Diego (Alumni & Donors Unite)

Florida

Florida Universities: From Woke to Professionalism (Claremont Institute)

Florida's Blueprint for K-12 Education (Idaho Freedom Foundation and Claremont Institute)

Idaho

Critical Social Justice in Idaho K-12 Education (Idaho Freedom Foundation and Claremont Institute)

Social Justice Ideology in Idaho Higher Education: Boise State University (Idaho Freedom Foundation and Claremont Institute)

Social Justice Ideology in Idaho Higher Education: University of Idaho (Idaho Freedom Foundation and Claremont Institute)

Maine

Critical Social Justice in Maine Higher Education (Maine Policy Institute)

Critical Social Justice in Maine K-12 Education (Maine Policy Institute)

North Carolina

Critical Social Justice in the UNC System (The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal)

Oregon

The Ever-Growing Costs of DEI Bureaucracy in Oregon’s Public Universities (Oregon Association of Scholars)

Tennessee

The Anatomy of a Diversity Equity and Inclusion Takeover: A Case Study of the University of Tennessee (National Association of Scholars)

Critical Social Justice at University of Tennessee Knoxville: A Case Study (Idaho Freedom Foundation and Claremont Institute)

Critical Social Justice in Tennessee Higher Education: An Overview (Idaho Freedom Foundation and Claremont Institute)

Texas

Where Are They Now? Preliminary Study on How Texas Universities Responded to DEI Bans (The Claremont Institute Center for the American Way of Life)

Educating for Citizenship: Texas Case Study (National Association of Scholars)

Comprehensive Restructuring: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the University of Texas Austin (National Association of Scholars)

How Texas A&M Went Woke (The Claremont Institute Center for the American Way of Life)

Utah

Educating for Citizenship: Utah Case Study (National Association of Scholars)

Virginia

Should Virginians Pay for University “Diversity” Leftism? “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” and Leftist Ideology at Virginia Universities (Virginia Association of Scholars)

UVA and the New “McCarthyism” —An Insider’s Perspective (The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal)


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