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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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SEED "Has the Power to Transform Communities"


Jessie Lortie, a high school teacher and SEED leader from Boston, says that leading a SEED seminar for her colleagues has been transforming for the school faculty, students, and community as a whole:

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The Gated Community of the Heart

SEED founder Peggy McIntosh writes about "The Gated Community of the Heart" at Women Change Worlds, the blog of the Wellesley Centers for Women, SEED's parent organization.

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

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