David Manzo has taught in the Boston College PULSE Program since 1980. In addition, in 2004 he became the sixth president of Cotting School, located in Lexington, MA. Founded in 1893, Cotting School is America’s first day school for children with a broad spectrum of learning and communication disabilities, physical challenges, and complex medical conditions. Prior to assuming this position, he served 20 years as president of COMPASS, a private educational and social services organization serving high-risk, inner-city children and their families.
Manzo, D & Campbell Peters, E. (2008) Cotting School: A Pictorial History. Arcadia Publishing