Larry Myatt

Dr. Larry Myatt was the Founder of Fenway High School in Boston, a pioneer in the small schools movement, and was its Headmaster for twenty years before accepting an assignment to advise Boston's High School Renewal Initiative. He was a key member of the High School Renewal Team and the HSR-Parthenon Group Off-Track Study and led the companion Alternative School Quality Review initiative. He most recently served as Senior Fellow for Leadership and Education Ventures at the School of Education/CPS at Northeastern University.
He co-founded Boston's Center for Collaborative Education and designed and directed the Greater Boston Principal Residency Network at Northeastern University from 2000-2008.  Dr. Myatt is a recipient of the Harry S. Levitan Prize from Brandeis University for career accomplishment in education. He is a former CES National Faculty member at Brown University and consultant at the Annenberg Institute for School Reform. He has led and consulted to school re-design efforts in numerous cities and states and is a Founding Convener for The Forum for Education and Democracy, a co-founder of the Education Resources Consortium and the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Boston Green Academy.