Kansas University DEI Audit Reveals MILLIONS Spent On Staffers

Despite the negative connotations of the term . . . Given this cash report . . . It's hard to deny that "diversity hires" are a big part of the education system . . . Check-it:

"The six universities collectively spent $2.8 billion. Of that, $45 million was on DEI-related activities.

"Out of $742 million in state appropriations, $9 million went to DEI activities.

"Salary and benefits of faculty and staff accounted for 97% of that $9 million. While some staff may have been directors or administrative assistants in offices with 100% of their time dedicated to DEI-related activities, also included were student employees, mental health counselors, teaching staff and other workers who work part-time on such efforts. The auditors did not include classroom activities.

"A small share of the spending was for expenses like travel for student recruitment, software for English language skills and trainings such as for cultural competency or sexual harassment."

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Here's what auditors found on diversity, equity, inclusion spending at Kansas universities

The Legislature audited diversity, equity and inclusion spending and foreign funding at Kansas state universities. Here's what auditors found.