Ray McNulty is a nationally renowned educator and advocate dedicated to improving and reinventing our nation’s high schools. He currently serves as Dean of the School of Education at Southern New Hampshire University, recently cited by Fast Company magazine as the world’s 12th most innovative organization in its listing of the “World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies.” In addition to being a Senior Fellow to the International Center for Leadership in Education, McNulty has been a teacher, vice principal, and principal in Massachusetts. Previous positions also include that of Superintendent of Windham Southeast Supervisory Union in Brattleboro, Vermont; and education commissioner for the state of Vermont where he focused on key issues around early education, educator quality, and secondary school reform. McNulty earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Bridgewater State College and a master’s degree in education https://dropoutprevention.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/C.W.-Gardenhire-pic.jpgistration at Johnson State College. He is also the author of It’s Not Us Against Them—Creating the Schools We Need, and is board chair for the National Dropout Prevention Network.