Nancy Mohr was an educational consultant and director of the New York Center of the National School Reform Faculty at New York University. She worked also with the Center for Reinventing Education at the University of Washington, and with other projects and groups of educators throughout the United States and Australia. She was the founding principal of University Heights High School in the Bronx, where she served for 10 years. The school was the first new school to open as a member of the Coalition of Essential Schools. Nancy authored or coauthored many articles and book chapters including “Small Schools Are Not Miniature Large Schools” in Bill Ayers’s book A Simple Justice. She died in 2003.