I teach because I believe in the importance of high school students. Every student has their own unique perspective and power, and I want to make a space to help my students both reveal and recognize these qualities.”
“Nationally, mathematics stands as a gatekeeper to graduation and higher education, particularly for marginalized students. I chose to be a mathematics teacher because I want to help work against this cycle. I want to help my students find their own identities as mathematicians: to change and redefine what it means to do math and to help my students use mathematics to analyze and act on the world around them.”
Bradley worked as a teaching fellow at Breakthrough Collaborative Greater Philadelphia for one summer. He taught a class on statistics, where his students analyzed New York City’s stop-and-frisk policy using mathematics. Also, Bradley tutored student-athletes in calculus for two years through Northwestern University Athletics.
Bradley will begin his teaching career at Grosse Pointe North High School during the 2019–2020 school year.
Bradley loves theatre and spends his free time watching YouTube videos of Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals.
- Northwestern University (Master of Science in Education and Social Policy)
- Northwestern University (Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics)