August 1 to August 3
In-Person

This workshop will engage educators in supporting students’ critical thinking skills and using intentional counternarratives to challenge students to unlearn or relearn what they thought they knew. We will explore popular images (social media, ads) and stories (Cinderella, Little Red Hen) as opportunities to engage students in dismantling stereotypes and in reframing those narratives toward justice. 

July 26
In-Person

Join us for the second annual School Psychology Program Speaker Series featuring invited guest speaker, Dr. Michelle Hosp.  In this talk, What School Psychologists Need to Know about The Science of Reading, Dr. Hosp will share about the research on The Science of Reading and how school psychologists can leverage their background in research and data to better serve students, educators, and families.

May 23
In-Person

This monthly series brings national authors and scholars into conversation with local leaders and students to discuss leading towards racial equity and justice in education. The series — organized as three two-part engagements — is designed to open conversations about the research and practice needed to catalyze change in the education field and on the ground. Each webinar will be followed by a discussion co-facilitated by local leaders and graduates of our leadership programs.

January 23 to June 5
Online

The National SEED Project partners with communities, organizations, and institutions to build capacity for change toward educational equity and social justice. In this session, we will explore what it means to believe that Black, Indigenous, & People of Color (BIPOC) wholeness and wellness are possible. We will self-reflect to cultivate our own stories. We will share with one another in culturally-grounded and critically-conscious ways. We will dream about what it is that we individually and collectively might do to heal and rehumanize ourselves and our racial justice work moving forward. 

September 13
Online

The National SEED Project partners with communities, organizations, and institutions to build capacity for change toward educational equity and social justice. In this session, we will explore what it means to believe that Black, Indigenous, & People of Color (BIPOC) wholeness and wellness are possible. We will self-reflect to cultivate our own stories. We will share with one another in culturally-grounded and critically-conscious ways. We will dream about what it is that we individually and collectively might do to heal and rehumanize ourselves and our racial justice work moving forward. 

August 29
In-Person

In this three-sesion course, participants will take a deep dive into the tenets of Disability Justice and explore applications within their unique school contexts.

March 9 to March 23
Online

Join us for a quick webinar on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in elementary and secondary settings. We’ll discuss the UDL framework and share examples.

March 30
Online

An opportunity to discuss, share, and dive deeper into Leading Equity-Based MTSS for All Students, as independent colleagues or as a school team.

January 18 to February 15
Online