In a time of continued turmoil, hate, and uncertainty, we are mourning the deaths of our fellow Americans who were murdered last week in Atlanta, GA and this week in Boulder, CO.
Transforming Education is seeking a Director of Operations who will serve as the primary lead to manage and oversee the daily operations of the organization - from grant writing, to finances, to workplace culture and more.
“Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history.” - Dr. Carter G. Woodson
We are so excited to introduce you to our two newest Lead Partners: Adrienne Kennedy & Rebecca Guillory!
When we were first hit by the pandemic, our team released a 2-page guide to resources that can support educators in integrating SEL in a virtual world. We have since revised our SEL Integration Approach and our related remote learning guide. As things remain unpredictable, inconsistent, and outside of an educator’s “circle of control”, the practices outlined here support educators in channeling their energy into tangible ways to be responsive in a complex time.
Our nation began this new year more divided than ever. Last week, we saw years of community engagement come to fruition as thousands of people joined the democratic process to elect the first Black man and first Jewish man to represent Georgia in the Senate. On the same day, we witnessed a mob of White rioters invading the Capitol with a minimal police response, underscoring the reality of white privilege in our country.
As we close out a year filled with unexpected challenges, our team at TransformEd wants to take a moment to thank you for your continued partnership and dedication to the transformative power of whole child development.
The word may be so common now as to feel overused but it's true: this has been an unprecedented year, especially in education! At TransformEd, we have worked to adapt along with educators in the field, updating how we function and shifting how we support schools, districts, and educators in this new, more heavily virtual world.
In today’s blog, “With Reflection, Gratitude, & Hope,” our Managing Director of Research and Learning, Katie Buckley, shines a light on the good she still sees in the world despite all the hardships that have hit our nation this year.
More than half of the children enrolled in our nation's K12 public schools are students of color. For these students and their white peers, it is a historical moment to watch a Black, South Asian-American woman ascend to the White House.