The first session I attended at the Mensa AG in Boston was given by Suzanna Denuta Walters. Dr. Walters is a professor at Northeastern University in Boston, and she is a very engaging speaker with impeccable command of her subject matter.
She has written a book on the topic of … Continue reading
Today, trans* students got some terrific news about protections at school. Here’s an excerpt from the NCTE news release:
MILESTONE: US Dept. of Education. Announces Title IX Protects Transgender Students
April 29, 2014
NCTE welcomes guidance issued today by the U.S. Department of Education which makes clear that the federal … Continue reading
As I indicated when I launched this blog, I have been working on a website related to G-squared information.
I will be the first to admit that the site needs further development, but I wanted to at least get it out there. All websites are living documents, and
“A Night To Sparkle”
DATE: Saturday, May 17, 2014
LOCATION: Green Haven Golf Course
2800 Greenhaven Road
Anoka, MN 55303
COST: $20 per person/$30 per couple (includes dinner)
For ages 15yrs-18yrs
Dinner, dancing and a DJ included
Questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I tend to shy away from the word “advice.” Instead, I make “suggestions” to parents who are wondering what they can do to be good advocates for their kids. Some of these function nicely for teachers, administrators, and coaches as well.
The following is an excerpt from an article I was … Continue reading
As some of my friends and colleagues know, I have been working on developing advocacy ideas and practices to meet the needs of youth who are both gifted and gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans*, and/or questioning.
My website is going to be live very soon. In advance of that, I’ve set up this … Continue reading