Greg O’Loughlin

High School Foundations, Humanities


Now in his 10th year of teaching, Greg has taught 3rd, 4th, 6th grades, and is looking forward to next year when he will teach 9th and 11th grades. His route to the classroom was long and winding, though he made it to class right on time. Previous work experience in service, politics, and non-profits all inform Greg’s instruction and assessment practices and compliment his formal schooling and preparation for teaching which include a BA in Communications from SUNY Empire, an MAT from Belmont and the Summer Institute Program at Columbia University’s Klingenstein Center. In 2018 Greg was awarded the Nashville Public Education Foundation’s Inspiring Innovation Award for his work as the founding director of The Educators’ Cooperative, a non-profit that supports collaboration, growth, and the development of best practices in teaching and learning for educators in all sectors in the Nashville area.