There are many areas of underrepresentation: economic, racial, rural-urban divide, sexuality, gender etc. (examples of underrepresentation: woman in engineering, men in nursing, poor people in universities, indigenous people in universities, etc.)
Identify the effects of underrepresentation on people’s lives & the relation of education to improve people’s livelihoods
Ask why people are underrepresented and the systems which enforce underrepresentation
What benefits will there by once we can solve underrepresentation?
How can we understand underrepresentation as a dynamic model which may never reach static equilibrium (i.e. there will always be underrepresented peoples)?
Why do so many people seek to go to university to improve their livelihood? Does it work?
Many people’s post-secondary ambitions framed by their upbringing (baby → pre-k → kindergarten → elementary → secondary)