Larry Rosenstock

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Larry Rosenstock is the President of the HTH Graduate School of Education and the Chief Executive Officer of High Tech High. Larry earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Brandeis University in 1970. In 1985, he earned a Master's of Education in Education Administration from Cambridge College, and in 1986 he received a law degree from Boston University School of Law. Larry taught carpentry for 11 years in urban high schools before serving as staff attorney at the Harvard Center for Law and Education. At the Center, he collaborated on the authorization of the 1990 Perkins Vocational Education and Applied Technology Act. He was, for six years, Executive Director of the Rindge School for Technical Arts (Cambridge, MA), which was at the forefront of current changes in technical arts education practice. Larry was a lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education for five years, and later directed the New Urban High School Project of the U.S. Department of Education. He came to San Diego in 1997, as the president of Price Charities, and was one of the founders of High Tech High. Larry's program, "CityWorks", won the Ford Foundation Innovations in State and Local Government Award in 1992, and he is an Ashoka Fellow.

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