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Bill Ferriter

Bill Ferriter teaches 6th grade Language Arts and Social Studies at Salem Middle School in the Wake County (NC) Public School System. Bill has taught for 14 years, earned his National Board Certification in 1997 (Middle Childhood Generalist), and successfully renewed his certificate in 2006. He was Wake County and North Central NC Teacher of the Year (TOY) for 2005-06 and a finalist for 2006-07 NC TOY. Bill is a Senior Fellow of the Teacher Leaders Network and was summer Teacher in Residence at the Center for Teaching Quality in 2003. He co-authored the oft-cited Threshold article, "Creating a Culture of Excellence," which shares the views of accomplished teachers about school working conditions "that most affect their decisions to stay or leave." Bill also writes a regular column on teacher leadership for the National Staff Development Council as well as a blog for the Teacher Leaders Network website. During his tenure as Wake County TOY, he posted weekly blog entries on the district’s website, sharing his thoughts on teaching, learning and education policy issues with his community.

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