SEED Leader Peaches Gillette describes how SEED has become a foundational tool for the many diversity initiatives at her school.
The Town School, New York, New York
Essay written 2012
In 1986, when I first came to The Town School, what was then described as diversity work was taking place in one kindergarten classroom among a handful of teachers who collaborated and worked to heighten racial and cultural awareness in their classrooms, with the hope that their work would be embraced and incorporated into the curriculum of the entire nursery division â a total of four classes. The group was informal and it was not recognized as a vital part of the school.