SEL Awardee

Cara Frattasi

Carver STEAM Academy
Purpose Built Schools Atlanta
Atlanta, GA
“Licensed therapists will lead 20 girls of color, in 9th and 10th grades, through the Social, Emotional, and Ethical (SEE) Learning Curriculum. Developed by Emory University and in partnership with the Dalai Lama, SEE Learning emphasizes the three dimensions of awareness, compassion and engagement. The program empowers students to engage ethically as part of a global community and provides educators with the tools to support student well-being. Through the curriculum and the transformative power of positive relationships among students and adults, students will learn, flourish and be empowered to create a better future in their own lives and communities.”
Tags: Collaborative Learning, Culturally Responsive Approaches, Curriculum, Girls & Young Women of Color, Housing Inequities, LGBTQI+, Mindfulness, Project-based Learning, Racial, Gender and/or Social Justice, Restorative Practices, Student Leadership & Voice, Students with Disabilities, Teacher, Trauma-Informed