Sam Howe

Sam Howe

Senior Vice President, Academic Planning & Analysis, HMH

Sam Howe leads several teams at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt that provide consulting services to school district leaders. Over the past 20 years, he has worked with hundreds of state and district leaders to help them chart a course for academic success amidst a changing demographic, regulatory, and economic landscape. Sam started his career as a science teacher and computer center director and has taught at every level from kindergarten through twelfth grade. He has served as a school board member in suburban Philadelphia and on the board of an educational foundation in Northern New England. In 2006, he served on the advisory board for the National School Board Association’s Next Chapter publication, a primer on Reading Next for school board members. He is the author of two books, twelve educational software titles, and 30+ professional publications in educational technology. Sam holds a bachelors’ degree in biology from Earlham College and a masters’ degree in applied intelligence from Mercyhurst University.

Sam Howe leads several teams at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt that provide consulting services to school district leaders. Over the past 20 years, he has worked with hundreds of state and district leaders to help them chart a course for academic success amidst a changing demographic, regulatory, and economic landscape. Sam started his career as a science teacher and computer center director and has taught at every level from kindergarten through twelfth grade. He has served as a school board member in suburban Philadelphia and on the board of an educational foundation in Northern New England. In 2006, he served on the advisory board for the National School Board Association’s Next Chapter publication, a primer on Reading Next for school board members. He is the author of two books, twelve educational software titles, and 30+ professional publications in educational technology. Sam holds a bachelors’ degree in biology from Earlham College and a masters’ degree in applied intelligence from Mercyhurst University.

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    Sam Howe
    Senior Vice President, Academic Planning & Analysis, HMH