"I doubt it's actually achievable"
Exactly. They're requiring the _results_ to have certain statistical properties. That means that if the provisional results were to have politically-incorrect correlations, they would have to be suppressed (e.g., by grading on different curves per identity-group demographic, or by offering different courses/evaluation). The "intersectionalism" of it all will make the post-facto compensation even trickier - good luck!) So long to a standard course, with standardized testing.
I'm curious whether this "equal achievement" verbiage has ever been applied to other fields of study under that system, and how (if!) they managed to satisfy it.