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Dr. Patrick Pizzo- Articles Published Which are Related to Equity

Pizzo, P. (2023, June). The essence of equity: School business leaders must understand and apply the true intent of equity. School Business Affairs, ASBO International, 89(6)33-34.
https://tinyurl.com/3xsr2w37

Pizzo, P. (2023, May 5).  Opinions: Seeking leadership, and equity, for a better tomorrow. Long Island Herald (all editions), Retrieved from East Meadow Edition, p.23:
https://www.liherald.com/merrick/stories/seeking-leadershipand-equity-for-a-better-tomorrow,175846?

Pizzo, P. (2023, March 30). Opinions: Valuing our women leaders doesn't begin and end in March. Long Island Herald (all editions), Retrieved from East Meadow Edition, p. 32:
https://www.liherald.com/eastmeadow/stories/valuing-ourwomen-leaders-doesnt-end-in-march,171338

Pizzo, P. (2023, Winter Edition). The challenges of the ethical path to leadership. The Reporter, Association of School Business Officials of New York, 70(3)44-45.
https://rb.gy/upkppo

Pizzo, P. (2022, December). The keepers of our schools: No effort is more noble and worthy of our gratitude. School Business Affairs, ASBO International, 88(11), 23-24.
https://rb.gy/wbnkyx

Pizzo, P. (2022, September). Opinions: A superintendency that was just about to soar. East Meadow Herald, p.23. https://www.liherald.com/eastmeadow/stories/asuperintendency-that-was-just-about-to-soar,144335?

Pizzo, P. (2022, March). The best for our kids requires staff diversity. School Administrator, The School Superintendents Association, 3(79), 12-13.
http://my.aasa.org/AASA/Resources/SAMag/2022/Mar22/colPizzo.aspx

Pizzo, P. (2022, January). Diversity and inclusion: A better tomorrow for our children. School Business Affairs, ASBO International, 88(1), 32-33.
https://tinyurl.com/h6zuefmr

Pizzo, M. & Pizzo, P. (2021, May). Students participate in virtual career expo. East Meadow Herald, p. 25. https://issuu.com/richnercomm/docs/heme_05-06-2021

Pizzo, P. (2021, February). A tribute to Reverend Dr. Purvis. East Meadow Herald, p. 12.
https://www.liherald.com/eastmeadow/stories/a-tribute-to-dr-rev-eugenepurvis,130385

 

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