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Janice Bradley

Utah Education Policy Center
Assistant Director, Professional Learning
Salt Lake City
Janice Bradley, Ph.D., is an assistant director with the UEPC who partners with education entities to support their school improvement efforts and leadership capacity building resulting in excellence and equitable school systems.

Janice believes that leadership, educator capacity building using job-embedded professional learning through praxis, co-designing, and effective communities of learning in collaboration, are the keys to continuous improvement thereby ensuring that schools realize growth for every student. She is inspired by the commitment of her partners to serving students and communities. Janice knows that partnership principles of voice, choice, equity, and reciprocity are keys to building relationships with partners for ensuring that change and improvement results.

Janice has been a member of the UEPC Bridgeworks School Improvement Team leading school improvement efforts since 2015. Her expertise is in designing and facilitating Professional Learning for educators (state, administrators, principals, coaches, teacher leaders) at all levels of a system, designing and implementing Professional Learning Communities, Instructional Coaching, co-designing professionally and emotionally fulfilling learning cultures in schools, STEM, and facilitating implementation for change. Her research can be found in two books, Designing Schools for Meaningful Professional Learning (2014), Corwin, Give Me Five: Five Coach Teacher Principal Collaborations that Promote Mathematics Success, and the Learning Forward Journal, The Learning Professional.

Janice holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, M.Ed. in Science Education, and a B.S. in Education with a minor in Biology, all from University of Texas.