Ted D. R. Green, Ph. D. is a Professor in the Teacher Education Department, School of Education at Webster University. Green just published a book Oh Freedom After While: The 1939 Missouri Sharecropper Protest that supports the documentary of the same name. Currently Green is serving in his 4th year on the NCHE Board. He is the Chair of the Professional Development Committee. He has also been a consultant on more than 35 TAH Grants in the United States and 5 TAH Grants in the St. Louis metro area. Green works with the National Park Service training park rangers and assisting with curriculum. Recently Green completed a Fellowship in the Netherlands, where he studied in Leiden, and taught classes on International Education and Dutch History. Green continues to work for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, where he has been writing curriculum and training educators for over twenty years.
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