Student Well-Being Video

Student Wellness: The Great Equalizer for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion – Ed Talk! With Judy LoBianco

May 24, 2019 5:40

“In health and physical education, we believe that what’s fundamental to all of our educational issues is a child with a beating heart and air breathing through their lungs. [There’s] no way we can tackle all the educational issues in America and beyond without making sure we take care of the whole child.” 2018 Leaders To Learn From honoree Judy LoBianco speaks with attendees at Education Week’s Leaders To Learn From event in Washington on the importance of engaging students in health. Judy LoBianco is a PreK-12 supervisor for Livingston public schools in Livingston, N.J. Read her leader profile, “For This Champion for Student Health, P.E. Extends Beyond the Gym”:

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