The Infrastructure of Inclusion: The Role of Place with Jo Chrona and Friends

This podcast is the second in a five part series, in partnership with the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP) and is looking at five guiding principles of inclusive education (the 5 P's).

This month's focus is on place and I am talking to Jo Chrona, a passionate advocate for inclusion and strength-based education. Jo is Ganhada of Waap K'oom of the Kitsumkalum First Nation, a Tsm'syen Community in British Columbia.

I also talk with two collaborative teams who are making efforts to change their own contexts to make inclusion stronger. Rebecca and Sarah join us from Whidbey Island, and Ted, Steph, Rachel and Kelsey from Shelton - two communities in Washington State.

This episode is connected to the Five Moore Minutes Video: "The Role of Place," and can be found here:

This 5MM Podcast is made with support from AWSP and a grant from OSPI, which provided the Inclusionary Grant, allowing us to bring continued inclusionary practices professional learning to all educators.

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