In this video, Taylor Davenport, a site coordinator for Project Transformation Tennessee, talks about the reality that there is no one solution to any particular social justice issue.
This reflection can be used with Taylor Davenport's interview, Project Transformation: No One Solution. It includes an excerpt from Richard Rothstein's article, "Whose Problem is Poverty."
This action relates to Taylor Davenport's interview, "Project Transformation: No One Solution." Find ways to work towards understanding and improving your local education system here.
Volunteer with Project Transformation over the summer or during the school year.
Social emotional learning (SEL) programming is based on the understanding that the best learning emerges in the context of supportive relationships that make learning challenging, engaging, and meaningful. Find out more about social emotional learning here.
Become a tutor at your local school's after school program.
Donate school supplies or start a collection within your community.