Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Education Professor Jack Bradley Earns Chancellor's Academy of Teachers Award

KINGSVILLE - February 13, 2014

Contact: Adriana Garza-Flores
adriana.garza@tamuk.edu or 361-593-4979

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Dr. Jack Bradley and his wife Dr. Sue Bradley have taught together for nearly 15 years in the College of Education & Human Performance at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

Together, they share ideas, materials and strategies. Now, they share in the unique distinction of being the first two professors from A&M-Kingsville named to the prestigious Texas A&M University System Chancellor’s Academy of Teacher Educators.

Dr. Jack Bradley received the award this year, just one year after Dr. Sue Bradley became the first A&M-Kingsville professor to earn the recognition. 

 “We’ve been working side-by-side in teacher education since we came here in 2000,” Dr. Jack Bradley said. “We have a very special working and personal relationship.”

Created in 2011, the Chancellor’s Academy of Teacher Educators of the Texas A&M University System honors faculty members who have significant impact on the preparation of teachers in the field of education. The award comes with a $1,000 stipend and a special commemorative medallion to be worn as part of the recipient’s traditional academic regalia. Dr. Jack Bradley will be honored during a special banquet in February.

An accomplished and prolific scholar, Dr. Jack Bradley research includes early literacy development, effective classroom strategies and higher education instruction.

 “It’s humbling to be chosen from our faculty to be recognized by the Texas A&M System. It’s a very special occasion,” Bradley said.

 He earned a bachelor’s in elementary education from Michigan State University, a master’s in educational leadership from the University of West Florida and a doctorate in education curriculum from Texas A&M.


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