SEED Co-director Gail Cruise-Roberson, SEED leader and educator Sarah Fiarman, and SEED leader Kamilah Drummond-Forrester, director of the social-emotional learning (SEL) program Open Circle, recently co-facilitated a workshop on SEL and equity at Tufts University.
Administrators from public and private schools came together in March 2014 to share what SEED has meant to them and to their communities. We hope you enjoy this short video about how SEED helped them better value their own voices and those of their students and children, spark conversations for change, and improve school climate.
Guest author and SEED Leader Evelyn Gilliam writes: "I taught Multicultural Studies at Ladue Middle School with Ladue School District (St. Louis, Mo.) when I did this project. I am currently an Instructional Facilitator with the Ritenour School District (St. Louis, Mo.) and I continue to use SEED themes and information in doing equity professional development during this (14-15) school year."