Farhat Ahmad

Farhat Ahmad

Farhat Ahmad is an alternative education teacher in Marietta City School District in Marietta, Georgia.

Brief Biography

Farhat Ahmad was a sheriff’s deputy in Madison, Wisconsin until 2006, when he moved to Atlanta to pursue a career in education. Ahmad has been teaching for over a decade and is currently an alternative education teacher in Marietta City School District in Georgia. Prior to that he taught 9th and 10th grade World, Multi, and American Literature at McClarin Success Academy in College Park, Georgia. In 2015 he won the Georgia Governor’s Award for Innovative Teaching, which includes a grant funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In the summer of 2017 he earned another grant from the Governor’s office for his work in individualized and blended learning. Mr. Ahmad holds a Bachelor’s in English and Sociology from the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s in Secondary Education from Georgia Southern University.

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