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November 10, 2015

Bathrooms and Locker Rooms: A New Battlefield

Dr Doug Green shares thoughts about current controversy involving transgender rights and high school sports and bathroom spaces. This opinion article doesn't profess to have all of the answers, but wants to open a dialogue that helps us find some kind of equal treatment for all. Please read and share your thoughts.

September 29, 2015

Shouldn't All Students Be Able to Participate in Gifted Programs?

Shouldn't all students be allowed to benefit from gifted programs? Why do the gifted few only get to enjoy the most innovative learning? Check out what Dr. Doug Green says on the subject.

September 22, 2015

How to Collaborate on Google Docs Like a Pro

Collaboration is a real-world skill students will use in their careers. Thanks to available technology, they can build that ability at zero cost.

August 16, 2015

The Arts: One More Victim of Common Core Testing - Part 3

In this conclusion to Dr. Green's three part series, he discusses drama and music and how to add value to education for life. Please read this and the other two parts in the series which can be found on this blog.

August 09, 2015

The Arts: One More Victim of Common Core Testing - Part 2

This is the second part of a three part series by Dr. Douglas Green. Stay tuned for next week when Dr. Green finishes up talking about drama and music. If you haven't checked out part one yet, it ran last week on August 2nd.

August 02, 2015

The Arts: One More Victim of Common Core Testing - Part 1

The arts are important part of education and unfortunately the kids have been losing them. Read part 1 of this 3 part series by Dr. Douglas Green to learn about the issue and how we can solve it.

July 16, 2015

Math Class: The Champ at Slowing Down the Fast Learners

The only way to close achievement gaps is to slow down the fast learners, Doug Green writes in a guest post.

July 05, 2015

Why Does Special Education Have to Be Special?

Guest post by Dr. Douglas Green Thanks to the federal Individuals with Disabilities Act passed in 1975, students who have some kind of identifiable disability that gets in the way of keeping up with their able peers, get service from special education teachers in schools throughout the United States...

June 07, 2015

'You Don't Need to Reinvent the Wheel'

Guest blogger Ernie Rambo shares her joy of reinventing the wheel for the benefit of each year's kids. Do you think we need to reinvent the wheel? Consider this.

May 31, 2015

How to Cheat on State Standardized Tests and Not Get Caught

Recently, the Atlanta, Georgia cheating scandal has been in the news as many of the people involved have been convicted, and incredibly sent to prison. This is insane. I thought prison was a place for people who were dangerous or who committed some serious crime.

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