SEE CHANGE Kalamazoo

We do whatever it takes to SEE CHANGE.

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Our Mission

We fight for equal educational opportunity and equal rights for underserved, school-aged students while empowering parents to advocate for their children.

See the Change We're Already Making

SEE CHANGE has successfully provided educational advocacy for 20 families with profound results:

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Children have been transferred from Alternative Schools back to Kalamazoo Public Schools (KPS).

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Children who were suspended or expelled are now re-enrolled with intervention and support.

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Children with known disabilities, overlooked by KPS, now have Individualized Educational Plans.

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Children’s civil rights complaints have prompted oversight by the State of Michigan.

Your donations help us SEE CHANGE.

Social Economic and Educational Change is a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit organization.  All donations big or small are tax deductible and greatly appreciated to help fund our services.

What We Do



We train you to identify violations of your child’s rights, replace counterproductive measures (such as suspension or expulsion) with Restorative Justice or Alternative Corrective Action, and pursue academic, social, or emotional assistance.

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Older white teacher standing smiling in front of a group of multi-raced teenage students studying at a table in a large library room.



We empower you with a strategy to resolve violations and facilitate corrective measures, defensive action (such as filing civil complaints and pursuing legal action), and resources to help your child succeed in the K-12 public school system.

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Who We Serve

We provide free educational advocacy services for students K-12 in Kalamazoo, Michigan and surrounding areas. We focus on youth in special education and foster care. We assist youth that are homeless and families with special needs.