Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Educational Leadership
Michael A. Morgan has taught graduate school administration courses at Plymouth State University since 1996. He is the superintendent of schools at SAU 16 in Exeter, a position he has held since July 2008. Prior to that, he was the superintendent at SAU 74 in Barrington for 10 years. Morgan had been a high school social studies teacher, a K-12 guidance counselor, and a principal for 17 years prior to becoming a superintendent in 1998. He has worked in public and private schools in Wyoming, New York, and New Hampshire. Additionally, he was a sports official at the high school and college levels in basketball, baseball, and softball for 12 years.
Degrees and Education
- CAGS, University of New Hampshire
- MEd, Educational Administration, Plymouth State College
- BA, Sociology, University of Notre Dame