About David C. Greene


About David Greene: He has been interviewed by or featured in The Washington Post, Education Weekly, US News and World Report, scores of radio shows, and at one time had the most-responded-to letter published in The New York Times. He is also the author of Doing the Right Thing, an insider’s view on the state of American education. He taught social studies and coached football at A.E. Stevenson HS in the Bronx, Woodlands HS in Greenburgh NY, and Scarsdale HS in Scarsdale NY, for 38 years.  He was an adjunct and field supervisor for Fordham University thus mentoring Teach For America Corps Members in the Bronx, Corp Members in the Bronx.  He was a staff member of WISE Services and treasurer of Save Our Schools. He was born in Los Angeles but was raised in the South Bronx. He went to public schools in the Bronx, including The Bronx High School of Science.  He graduated from Fordham University’s Undergraduate School of Education.  He resides in Dobbs Ferry NY.

David C. Greene’s Books

He Could Make Words Sing

Walk through the extraordinarily tumultuous 20th century with Harry. His story recounts the issues so many Americans faced then and now, well into the 21st century: Immigration. Economic deprivation. Lost Love. War. Discrimination at work. The transition from urban to suburban life. A working couple raising a family. His story should resonate with most Americans…. [Read More]

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