Todd J. Feltman, PhD
Todd Jason Feltman, PhD, has spent nineteen years working in the New York City public school system and local independent schools. He has been a classroom teacher, mentor, literacy coach, citywide literacy achievement coach, and assistant principal. Feltman believes passionately that it is a teacher’s job to serve as a guide and mentor to their students.
Feltman has three master’s degrees: one in childhood education, one in literary education, and one in school supervision and administration. He received his doctorate in urban education from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York.
Feltman is the author of The Elementary and Middle School Student-Friendly Handbook to Navigating Success: You Need to Take Charge of Your Education and now Mentoring My Elementary-and Middle-School Students to Become Powerful Navigators of Success: An Interactive Handbook for Teachers and Students in Grades Two to Eight. He is available to serve students, parents, teachers, and school admininstrators in Manhattan.