Roger Fuller has been a teacher and Upper School principal at Milken Community High School (MCHS) in Los Angeles since 2000, prior to which he served as the school's director of technology. He has worked with others at MCHS to foster connections between technology and instruction, student and faculty voice and leadership, an advisory program, and enhanced school-to-home communications. Previously a teacher at Oak Hill High School in Sabattus, Maine, Fuller laid the groundwork for Oak Hill's development as one of the state's largest and most complex education technology networks. He also specialized in new kinds of gifted/talented programming, and collaborated on the implementation of modified block scheduling at Oak Hill, with 80-minute periods and three-term scheduling. "Schools need to be places of open opportunity and open doors, a safe place for academic freedom," said Fuller.
1972 University of Maine, B.A.