Tra'Neal Hollman Rodgers, Math Teacher

Born and raised in Boston, MA. Graduated from Waltham High School, Class of 1996! Attended Framingham State College, Urban College of Boston, Springfield College School of Human Services, and UMASS Boston. Achieved a Masters Degree in Education through the Boston Teacher Residency Program and UMASS Boston. Completed my teaching practicum at the Edison Middle School from 2007-2008. I taught my first three years at The Engineering School in the Hyde Park Education Complex from 2008-2011. In July 2011, I joined the founding team of educators who started the first year of Boston Green Academy. We were housed in the South Boston Education Complex for our first three years before transitioning into the Taft Building in Brighton, MA. I have been a Math & Special Education Teacher for 10 years, going into my 11th year. Second to teaching, I coach girls basketball, team Boston United, and run a girls group called GLAM-GIA (Girls Lead Amaze & Motivate - Girls In Action). I have an extremely wonderful husband and two amazing children. My hobbies include going to gym, dancing, and engaging with youth. Get in touch here

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Boston Green Academy welcomes diverse students of all abilities, educates and empowers them to succeed in college and career, and prepares them to lead in the sustainability of our community and world.

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