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SEED Seminar Participants Share What SEED Means to Them

Faculty at the Agnes Irwin School in Pennsylvania who participated in a year-long, monthly SEED seminar there talk about what the experience has meant to them personally and to the school community in general. The video was created by SEED leader Charesse Ford, Director of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, and her staff.

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Watch SEED Leaders Talk About SEED's Impact on School Climates

Watch this short video of what SEED leaders say about the impact of SEED on their schools' climates.

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Joining the SEED Circle

A guest post by SEED leader Scott Lowery, Teacher, Winona Area Public Schools, Winona, Minnesota

Looking back, I'm surprised that I found my way to that first SEED circle. About ten years into my teaching career, almost every in-service learning opportunity I'd experienced had registered within a disappointingly narrow range on my personal response scale, from tedium at best to mild torture at worst. Mine was the usual conditioned skepticism any workshop presenter faces from experienced teachers.

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

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