Curiosity & Education Equity, with Ryoko Reed

“We’re meant to not be curious if we’re not meant to push the status quo.” ~ Ryoko Reed

Ryoko Reed founded Bringing Student Equity to Education Now (B-SEEN). She joined me for a timely and telling conversation about how we — parents, teachers, the whole community — might use curiosity to support equity in education.

My favorite takeaway? Radical empathy. Listen in, you’ll see why.

Listen to Choose to be Curious #124: Curiosity & Education Equity, with Ryoko Reed.

Interested in joining B-SEEN’s listserv? Click here; information flyer here.

Visit the Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth and Families to learn more about what’s available and happening in Arlington.

Here’s my conversation with Susan Engel on curiosity, education and learning, and Atul Gawande‘s gorgeous commencement address on the importance of curiosity.

Our theme music is by Sean Balick. “Cirrus Transit” by CloudBreaker, via Blue Dot Sessions.

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