After 38 years of teaching high school I finally graduated to newer and more wide reaching ventures in 2008.

Since then,I have been a member of WISE Services. WISE Services seeks to help high schools start and sustain experiential learning programs in the senior year to help students transition to life, work, or college.

I have worked in two NYC area Universities with teachers and clinical supervisors in my attempt to pass forward what I learned about teaching to new professionals.

Additionally, my book, Doing The Right Thing: A Teacher Speaks, adds to my quest to spread to parents, teachers, and teacher developers what true teaching should be in this world of privatized reform.

Finally, I am proud to say that I am both an administrator of the BadAssTeacher Association (BAT) and the treasurer of Save Our Schools (SOS), two organizations fighting hard against this takeover.

16 thoughts on “DCG MENTORING

  1. Hey Mr Greene,

    Congratulations on your new venture. People are not going to be ready for what you are about to do for them and their families. I use you as a template when I am teaching my freshmen GED class on mondays. I always think “what would Mr. Green do?” I’ll be checking in every once in a while to see how people are responding.

    Much Love,

  2. DCG congratulations on this new endeavor. Clearly you have the expertise and the experience to address these issues. I’d be glad to work with you on it, too.

    • Deb, It came out late December. We will meet up in Austin I am sure. Don’t order one. I will give you one, signed with gratitude.

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