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Helping SEEDs to Grow

Patricia A. Matos, Greenwich Country Day School, 6th grade science teacher, SEED leader

There are rough days and there are great days. Facilitating SEED is not easy work; sometimes it takes all your skill at yoga breathing to get you through a moment (assuming you remember to do it!). What makes SEED tough? Sharing of yourself. Leaning into discomfort. Facing the societal inequities and seeing where you fit within those constructs. Facing your own privilege. And this is what the participants do! While these make SEED a personal journey for every participant, being a facilitator has its own challenges.

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Ashley Marshall

Race in the Classroom: Teacher and Student Find Their Voices

By SEED Leader Ashley Marshall, Early Childhood Director (Interim), Charlotte Country Day School; former fourth-grade teacher, The Spence School

This is the journey.

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Guest — Nancy Letts
I am proud to have been part if SEED xii. And to see how far we've progressed. The Still Small Voice us becoming a roar!
Tuesday, 13 May 2014 19:11
Guest — Rachel Allen
I am so touched by Ria. What a message she shares. Thank you for this.
Wednesday, 14 May 2014 02:27
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hugh vasquez

Watch: Hugh Vasquez Talks About SEED's Impact on School District Leaders

Hugh Vasquez, senior associate of the National Equity Project and a SEED leader, speaks about how he uses SEED's process of self-examination to help school district leaders see where they may be inadvertently reproducing inequities in education.

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