Dr. Joye Bradley has always been dedicated to making a difference in the lives of all children. A native of Southwest Atlanta, she attended the Atlanta Public School System prior to earning a B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley, Georgia. Wanting to develop a stronger understanding of curriculum implementation and current research based-practices, she obtained a Masters of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Troy State University and a Reading Endorsement from Atlanta Public Schools/Metro RESA. Mrs. Bradley decided to continue her education by obtaining her Educational Specialist degree in Elementary Education and Leadership Endorsement from Troy State University.
Joye Bradley has been in the field of education for 19 consecutive years. She has also served in numerous leadership capacities at the school level as well as the district level. Some of her duties and responsibilities included:
- Planning and Implementing Common Core through IB PYP Years and Georgia Pre-K
- Providing teachers with strategies and tools necessary to implement curriculum through professional development
- Served on the Reading/Language Arts Textbook Adoption Committee for the district
- Served on the Leadership Team for several years
- Served on Norman Webb’s Depth of Knowledge Curriculum Alignment
- Developing the Scope and Sequence for the APS Pre-K Department
- Served as a Literacy Coach and Instructional Coach for grades Pre-K-5th
Mrs. Bradley is married and the proud mother of two children. She enjoys shopping, reading, and watching the Atlanta Falcons.