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Opinion: Here’s how to advance health equity for kids in Pennsylvania

By Generocity, | March 5, 2020

Former Stoneleigh Fellow Julie Cousler Emig authored a guest post for Generocity about how school-based health centers can advance health equity for kids in Pennsylvania.

As the presidential campaign kicks into high gear, the discussion about healthcare is intensifying.

While candidates may disagree about the best solution for ensuring that everyone has access to quality health care, one thing is clear. Healthcare, affordability and access, will dominate this year’s presidential election.

What many may not know is that school-based health centers are an excellent solution for students in rural and urban school districts.