Jeffrey Moshé presently specializes in middle grades instruction for struggling readers. Currently, he is a mentor, and mentor in English Language Arts at Southwest Middle School in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. During his 21 year career, Jeffrey has worked in many stations from one-on-on Reading Coach helping struggling readers with specific learning challenges grow to ELA Department Head overseeing curriculum design for day-to-day lesson and unit plans as well as designing a weekend test-preparation camp. He has worked on multiple committees and professional learning communities to bring about reform and support school and district initiatives.

Prior to his role with Southwest Middle School, Jeffrey worked in Broward County Schools where he designed a novel study course for the most challenging highest level learners in his school, Westpine Middle School. Before he worked in education, Jeffrey was Group Tour Administrator at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In his role there he negotiated with district leaders in Miami-Dade Schools, Broward County Schools and Palm Beach County Schools in order to bring every student enrolled in these school districts to the museum for field trips.

Jeffrey holds a BA Degree in Comparative Literature and Creative Writing from Florida Atlantic University and a MA Degree in Education Administration from the University of Phoenix Online. In his spare time he enjoys gardening, snowboarding, and listening to the greatest progressive rock trio in the history of recorded music, Rush. Through it all, he finds great joy sharing life with his family.

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