Dr. Wendy Robinson, Superintendent for Fort Wayne Community Schools, shared her views about the importance of relationship building and preserving forums where “diverse ideas can be respectfully shared and discussed.”

The opinion piece is featured in the Journal Gazette, and explains why Dr. Robinson feels it is important to experience differences, challenge assumptions, and how these are the foundation principles that led to establishing a Student Advisory Council soon after she became superintendent in 2003.

Follow the link to learn more about the Student Advisory Council, what it’s doing, discussing, and how they are helping adults and students alike learn to view more than one perspective. They are helping young people understand the importance of commitment in the work place, and to listen, learn and respect others.


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