The education that undergraduate students receive is a fundamental aspect of their post-secondary learning experience and future employability. Therefore, it is important that post-secondary institutes modify their teaching and assessment modalities to keep current with the evolving landscape of technology and the requisite skills and competencies necessary for success in the 21st century. This should be done by improving teaching and learning quality, expanding high-impact learning opportunities and enhancing inclusive learning environments. However, there are several gaps in post-secondary education that undermine this. Given that teaching and assessment has a direct impact on students' learning experiences and growth, sector stakeholders must work collaboratively to promote high-quality, inclusive, and abundant learning opportunities.