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Tesha Ferriby Thomas

Tesha Ferriby Thomas believes passionately in the power of PLCs, which she has worked to develop in multiple schools as an assistant superintendent, assistant principal, department chairperson, and classroom teacher.

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Tesha Ferriby Thomas

Tesha Ferriby Thomas, EdD, believes passionately in the power of PLCs, which she has worked to develop in multiple schools as an assistant superintendent, assistant principal, department chairperson, and classroom teacher.

Dr. Thomas is coauthor of Amplify Your Impact: Coaching Collaborative Teams in PLCs at Work® and How Schools Thrive: Building a Coaching Culture for Collaborative Teams in PLCs at Work ®. She earned her doctoral degree at the University of Michigan Flint, where her research focused on the impact of coaching on PLCs.

In addition to presenting and writing, Dr. Thomas is a school improvement facilitator and language arts advisor at the Macomb Intermediate School District in Macomb County, Michigan. She has worked in this capacity since 2012, supporting struggling districts and school leaders by helping them embed systemic practices that result in improved student achievement. To learn more about Dr. Thomas's work, follow her on Twitter.


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