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Nneka McGee

Nneka McGee is an educator and advocate for children who has served in public education for over a decade. She taught Pre-AP English and Pre-AP mathematics at one of Texas’s top middle schools for eight years, where she was recognized as a district finalist for Teacher of the Year. Nneka has also served as an instructional consultant, district gifted and talented coordinator and, most recently, as a director of GT and advanced academics.

Nneka enjoys creating and sharing learning resources, and she has presented at local, state and national conferences on topics ranging from differentiation to formative assessment. She is committed to serving communities and has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Bee County Habitat for Humanity and as an Education Committee Member for the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented. When Nneka is not working, she enjoys reading, writing and spending time with the people she treasures most – family.

Nneka holds a bachelor’s degree in English, a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction and a Juris Doctorate. She is working on her doctorate in curriculum and instruction at American College of Education. She is committed to serving children and empowering them to live their best lives.

Posts by Nneka

  • Tips From the Classroom

    Skip the Flyers: 3 Paperless Ways to Engage Your Students’ Parents

  • Tips From the Classroom

    Loss to Opportunity: Shifting Language to Positively Impact Student Outcomes

  • Professional Growth

    Fruitful Failures: Harvesting Nuggets of Knowledge from Disappointment

  • Professional Growth

    Leveling Up Mentorship: Four People Who Can Help Support Your Growth

  • Professional Growth

    The Power of Gratitude: Simple Ways to Say Thanks When You Can’t Be Together