Talk:SEED Alternative School

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I've corrected a number of factual errors, such as the meaning of the acronym SEED, corrected to indicate it started as a summer program (which it did), explained how it became a full time school, corrected locations, gave credit to the coordinators and trustees who played important roles, added names of some catalysts who were just as important as those previously mentioned (e.g. added June Callwood, Colin Vaughan, Allan Anderson, Ying Hope) etc., updated some information (e.g. Melissa Franklin is now chair of the Physics Dept at Harvard), and so on. What I could not do, is update it with regard to people and developments after 1972. Because I don't know about those. 216.239.94.224 (talk) 07:21, 30 August 2010 (UTC)

I removed a statement that Ed Waitzer was a cofounder because he was not. I have no idea why anyone put that in. He is also listed as an alumni, which I have left in because I don't know anything about that. He might or might not have been an alumni. I don't know. 216.239.94.224 (talk) 16:45, 30 August 2010 (UTC)