Steve Grineski started his teaching career in 1975 as an elementary teacher. In 1984 he joined the Minnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM) faculty and in 1989 earned his doctorate from the University of North Dakota. While at MSUM Steve served as Dean of Education, Chairperson for Secondary Education and Foundations, Director of Faculty Development, taught in several different departments, and worked regularly in the local public schools. Currently he teaches in the Foundations of Education program and serves as liaison between the MSUM Teacher Education and the Moorhead, Minnesota, Alternative Education programs. Steve has presented and published widely in diverse areas including cooperative learning, critiquing corporate school reform, alternative education and youth at risk, holistic approaches to teacher education, critical perspectives about instructional technology, talking about race and racism, and the history of education. His most recent book is Baby Dragons: The Story of Moorhead’s Campus School, 1888-1972.
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We Were Pretty Darn Good
The heartbeat of Heartland America beats with each page of this book about the remarkable people who educated the children of the rural countryside.