Brunswick CSD Superintendent Explores Global Citizenship and the Benefits of Student and Leader Travel

It was a summer filled with global engagement and rich, hands-on learning for Brunswick Central School District Superintendent, Dr. Angelina Maloney. After receiving a scholarship from the NYS Council of School Superintendents to journey across the globe, Dr. Maloney spent 10 days traveling through Switzerland with professionals from all over New York State and Ohio, learning about the country’s unique cultural landscape and educational endeavors. By the end of her exploration, Dr. Maloney was already looking for ways to integrate global citizenship more deeply into her professional life – and, more so, how to include more of these international travel and learning opportunities for our students!

In her published article for the NYS Council of School Superintendents below, Dr. Maloney reflects on the benefits of global citizenship and incorporating travel opportunities into the classroom:

 A Perspective: International Travel Expands Horizons & Cultural Awareness