Preston Green III
John and Carla Klein Professor of Urban Education
Professor of Educational Leadership and Law
Ed.D., Educational Administration, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1995
J.D., Columbia University, 1992
B.A., Government, University of Virginia, 1989
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Preston Green is the John and Carla Klein Professor of Urban Education at the University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education. He is also a professor of educational leadership and law at the University of Connecticut. Before coming to the University of Connecticut, he was the Harry Lawrence Batschelet II Chair Professor of Educational Administration at Penn State, where he was also a professor of education and law and the program coordinator of Penn State’s educational leadership program. In addition, Dr. Green was the creator of Penn State’s joint degree program in law and education. Further, he ran the Law and Education Institute at Penn State, a professional development program that teaches, administrators, and attorneys about educational law. At the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Green was an associate professor of education. He also served as the program coordinator of educational administration and Assistant Dean of Pre-Major Advising Services. Dr. Green has written five books and numerous articles and book chapters pertaining to educational law. He primarily focuses on the legal and policy issues pertaining to educational access and school choice.
Green, P., Baker, B., Oluwole, J., & Mead, J. (in press). Are We Heading for a Charter School “Bubble”?: Lessons from the Subprime Mortgage Crisis.” Paper to be published by University of Richmond Law Review.
Oluwole, J., & Green, P. (2015). Virtual schools, student rights, and the First Amendment: Adjusting the schoolhouse gate to the 21st century. North Carolina Journal of Law and Education, 17, 221-306 (2015).
Green, P., & Oluwole, J. (2015). An analysis of the New York charter school auditing cases. West’s Education Law Reporter, 319, 1-15.
Green, P., & Oluwole, J. (2015). Response to “Applying value-added methods to teachers in untested grades and subjects.” Journal of Law and Education, 44, 401-12.
Green, P., Baker, B., & Oluwole, J. (2015). The legal status of charter schools in state statutory law. University of Massachusetts Law Review, 10, 240-76.
Collins, K., Green, P., Nelson, S., & Madahar, S. (2015). Cyber charter schools and students with dis/abilities: Rebooting the IDEA to address equity, access, and compliance. Equity & Excellence in Education, 48, 71-86.
Green, P., Donaldson, M., & Oluwole, J. (2014). An analysis of the policy, research, and legal issues surrounding the exclusion of charter schools from the teacher evaluation revolution. Journal of Law and Education, 43, 463-83.
Oluwole, J., & Green, P. (2014). Harrowing through narrow tailoring: Voluntary race-conscious student assignment plans, Parents Involved, and Fisher. Wyoming Law Review, 14, 705-73.
Green, P., Baker. B., & Oluwole, J. (2014). How the Kansas courts may have permitted and may remedy school finance disparities in the aftermath of Brown. Washburn Law Journal, 53, 439-49.
Green, P., Baker, B., & Oluwole, J. (2013). Having it both ways: How charter schools try to obtain funding of public schools and the autonomy of private schools. Emory Law Journal, 63, 303-37.
American Educational Research Association
Education Law Association
University Council for Educational Administration
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