Leading Through Partnership for Equitable, Inclusive and Accessible Childhood Education: A Conversation with Renee Sbrocco Corneille
Keywords:education, partnership, equity, inclusivity, accessibility, superintendent, health promotion, mental health
Stephanie D. Gingerich, nurse leader and a member of the editorial board of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, interviews Renee Sbrocco Corneille, Superintendent of the St. Anthony/New Brighton School District in Minnesota. Corneille and Gingerich discuss the impact of partnerships between the community and the school district on the children learning within the Pre-Kindergarten-12th grades. These partnerships are explored as they review how the school district is incorporating a more equitable, inclusive, and accessible education for all students within the district.
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