Insights from SEED Grantees

The U.S. Department of Education’s Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) grants fund evidence-based programs that prepare and develop effective educators. As SEED grantees implement, adapt, and grow their programs, they gain valuable insights that can inform the work of districts, states, and organizations working to improve educator effectiveness. In this series of briefs and webinar recordings, grantees share these insights with the broader field. Each resource describes a grantee’s perspective on the lessons learned from its implementation experiences.

These resources are part of a broader project for the Office of Innovation and Improvement to disseminate lessons learned from SEED grants. Mathematica Policy Research is leading the project in partnership with AEM and Knowledge Design Partners.

Webinar Recordings
SEED Partnership Blueprint