KENNETH R. GROSS, ESQUIRE is the founder and owner of EDUTECH.

Ken attended The University of Pennsylvania, where he received a B.A Degree in Modern European History in 1975. He received his J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 1978. Ken was admitted to the Bar in Pennsylvania at the age of 24 in 1978, and has practiced law in Philadelphia and its suburbs for almost 40 years. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Legal Education Institute at Widener University Delaware Law School in Wilmington, Delaware.

In 2003, Ken combined his passion for teaching with a comprehensive review of the materials contained in the SAT, ACT and LSAT standardized tests to create EDUTECH, a hands-on, user friendly prep course company. In the past 14 years, he has personally tutored over 550 students for the SAT, ACT and LSAT in private sessions and classroom courses.

Ken developed an updated SAT course in 2016, specifically designed for the new SAT. In addition to the standard verbal and math skills, this course stresses the synthesis and analysis elements which have been added to the SAT. Ken has provided his new SAT course and an ACT course to students at W.C. Rustin High School, Radnor High School, Henderson High School, West Chester East High School, Chadds Ford-Unionville High School, and Tower Hill School, among others. Ken is also an SAT math instructor at the Chester County Night School.

Some of the colleges attended by Edutech SAT students are Yale, University of Pennsylvania, Vanderbilt, University of Virginia, Pitt, Penn State, West Chester, Lafayette, and Temple.

Ken works in conjunction with the Pre-Law Society at Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania to provide quality LSAT tutoring to students and alumni who are preparing for the LSAT. He also provides one-on-one LSAT tutoring throughout the Delaware Valley area.

Ken’s LSAT students have gone on to Law Schools such as Georgetown, Penn, Widener, Temple, Villanova, Dickinson, Drexel, and Penn State.

In response to student requests, Ken provides tutoring for the SAT subject tests as well as the ACT exam.

In 2010, Ken created a new service – specialized tutoring for first year law students preparing for final exams in December and May. This intensive training is specifically designed to provide the 1L with the strategies, methods, and skills required to excel on their exams.