Bill Carozza was a classroom teacher in elementary and secondary schools for 13 years before becoming an elementary school Principal 14 years ago. He has served as Adjunct Professor at the University of New Hampshire and New England College in areas of curriculum and instruction and social studies education. Bill holds two graduate degrees in education from the University of New Hampshire. Bill is President for the New Hampshire Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (NHASCD), was appointed by Governor Lynch to the New Hampshire Special Education Advisory Board and served as President of the New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies. Bill has conducted workshops at regional and national conferences in integrating music within the curriculum, utilizing technology, Understanding By Design, and most recently in the area of digital portfolios and Web 2.0. Bill has enjoyed working in the music field, including a stint in radio broadcasting, and he enjoys playing the guitar in classrooms throughout his school. Bill also loves the Boston sports scene, leads his music group at church and enjoys vacationing with his wife and three children.
- University of New Hampshire