Professor Stork



Neil Rosen is a multifaceted and accomplished author with a diverse background in education, psychology, and entrepreneurship. He holds advanced degrees in both Education and Psychology, and has spent 12 years teaching elementary school in public education.

With over 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur, Neil founded the National School Reporting Services, which provided invaluable information to millions of families online. By collecting over 250 data points on every public school in the United States, the platform helped parents identify the best school districts to meet their family’s needs.

Today, Neil focuses primarily on writing books spanning to fiction childrens’ books under the pen name Professor Stork, to insightful nonfiction books for adults wanting to better navigate parenting and education.


Classic Strategies To Help Children Develop A Lifelong Love Of Learning
Neil’s latest project, Rediscovering the Village, co-authored with Gail Simpson, aims to provide parents and caregivers of elementary-aged children with practical strategies to create a strong home-learning environment, as well as strengthen the home-school partnership. Drawing on his extensive experience in education, psychology, and entrepreneurship, Neil Rosen continues to make a significant impact in the world of education and beyond.


Under the pen name Professor Stork, Neil has written nearly a dozen children’s and pre-teen books, including picture books and graphic novels. His engaging stories have captured the hearts and minds of young readers everywhere, inspiring a love of reading and learning. His commitment to helping children reach their full potential is evident in his work as an author and entrepreneur.

Open Your Heart with Writing

Open Your Heart with Writing is an enchanting literary treasure that beckons readers to explore the profound joys and transformative power of the written word. Neil invites readers to embark on a captivating journey of self-discovery and creative exploration. By weaving personal anecdotes, thought-provoking insights, and practical exercises, he gently guides aspiring writers and seasoned wordsmiths alike towards a profound appreciation of the liberating essence of writing for its own sake.