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Im not finding the info on these guys.
David W. Ogden
Fought with Eric Holder over managment issues and quit?
Arne seems to of been mixed up with the people under investigation for manipulating test scores.
Kevin Jennings does not appear to be teaching little children anything. His GLSEN network which was changed to Gay and Lesbian School Teachers Network
(GLSTN). Was more about ending a don't ask don't tell policy in the schools where teachers were not allowed to let there secret out but were also told
to say it was bad. He was targeting High School and College Students.
In 1994 he wrote Becoming Visible: A Reader in Gay & Lesbian History for High School and College Students, the "first book of its kind" for a high
Jennings, Kevin (editor) (1994). Becoming visible : a reader in gay & lesbian history for high school & college students. Boston: Alyson Publications.
Jennings, Kevin (editor) (1994). One teacher in 10 : gay and lesbian educators tell their stories (1st ed.). Boston: Alyson Publications. ISBN
Jennings, Kevin (editor) (1998). Telling tales out of school : gays, lesbians, and bisexuals revisit their school days. Los Angeles: Alyson Books.
Jennings, Kevin; Shapiro, Patricia Gottlieb (2003). Always my child : a parent's guide to understanding your gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, or
questioning son or daughter. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-7432-2649-6.
Jennings, Kevin (editor) (2005). One teacher in 10 : LGBT educators share their stories (2nd ed.). Los Angeles: Alyson Books. ISBN 1-55583-869-3.
Jennings, Kevin (2006). Mama's boy, preacher's son : a memoir. Boston: Beacon Press. ISBN 0-8070-7146-3.
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