Glenn “Max” McGee has long been a leader in progressive educational thinking. He has made it his life’s work to improve student welfare by supporting underrepresented individuals and groups, creating innovative alternatives to traditional classroom settings, and helping high school students maximize their intellectual, social, and creative potential.
Developing Boundless Potential of Historically Underrepresented Youth
Gifted Child Today: “Discovering and Developing Diverse STEM talent: Enabling Academically Talented Urban Youth To Flourish”” coauthored with Stephanie Pace Marshall, Eric McLaren and Cathy Veal. Gifted Child Today, v. 32, no.1, Winter, 2011.
“Closing the Achievement Gap: Lessons from Illinois’ High Poverty High Performing Golden Spike Schools.” Journal for the Education of Students Placed at Risk, v. 9, no. 2, January 2004.
Leading in the Toughest Times
What Every Superintendent and Principal Needs to Know: School Leadership for the Real World, coauthored with Jim Rosborg and Jim Burgett, Education Communication Unlimited, 2007.
Cultivating Humanity in High School
Turning Distress Into Success (ESSA Conference)
Confronting Student Suicide
Confronting Student Suicide. School Administrator, September 2016