Bill Page, a farm boy who graduated from a one-room school forged a 46-year classroom career teaching middle school “troublemakers”. For the past 26 years he has taught teachers across the nation to teach the lowest achieving students with his proven premise, “Failure is the choice and fault of schools — not the students.”
Bill Page is a classroom teacher. For 46 years, he has patrolled the halls, responded to the bells and struggled with innovations. He has had his share of lunchroom duty, playground duty and bus duty. Bill recently finished his forty-sixth year of teaching.
He has had remarkable success in closing the gap between successful students and those at-risk. His specialty is school-alienated students, learning disabled and those labeled troublemakers, deprived, delinquent, rebellious and at-risk. He prefers working with problem students in heterogeneous groupings in regular classes and regular firstname.lastname@example.org
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