Kathryn Bradley

Fellow, Education

Kathryn is a Fellow in the Education Program at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, where she supports both the efforts of the K-12 Teaching and Learning and Open Education strategies.

Prior to joining the foundation, Kathryn was a research and policy associate at the Learning Policy Institute (LPI). At LPI, Kathryn’s research focused on the spread of deeper learning competencies and equity in schools, as well as principal turnover. While in graduate school, she conducted research examining college and career readiness efforts of a national nonprofit organization. Kathryn began her career in education as a fourth grade teacher in her hometown of New Haven, Conn., where she also designed and taught a social justice issues course for high school students.

Kathryn received her undergraduate degrees in history and Africana studies, and a master’s degree in public policy from George Washington University. She also holds a master’s degree in teaching from Sacred Heart University. In her spare time, Kathryn finds joy in mentoring high school and college-aged students, and spending time with her nephews and dog.

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