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Today, we welcome over 50 participants to the second session of the 31st year of SEED New Leaders Week. They will spend their time immersed in multicultural SEED materials and methods in preparation for leading their own SEED seminars -- a group of individuals who meet regularly to learn about themselves, interact with each other across identities, and develop strategies for greater equity and diversity in their local settings.
Today, we welcome over 40 participants to the first session of the 31st year of SEED New Leaders Week. They will spend their time immersed in multicultural SEED materials and methods in preparation for leading their own SEED seminars -- a group of individuals who meet regularly to learn about themselves, interact with each other across identities, and develop strategies for greater equity and diversity in their local settings.
The National SEED Project (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity), one of the nation's largest peer-led professional development programs for teachers, college faculty, parents, and community leaders, announced the appointment of Motoko L. Maegawa and Ruth Mendoza as associate directors.

— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia