As Assistant Superintendent for Louisiana Department of Education’s Office of Content, Ken Bradford assists with implementation of the Louisiana Virtual School, Curricular Resources, Standards, the Course Choice Program, and Career and Technical Education. Bradford has held several roles with the Department of Education since 2002 including program administrator, assistant director and state director. He is a lifelong educator who taught high school Social Studies at Istrouma Senior High in East Baton Rouge Parish for seven years. Bradford also served as an active duty enlisted soldier in the U.S. Army 5th Infantry Division and in the Louisiana National Guard 239th MP Company. Bradford has a Bachelor's Degree in Social Studies Education and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Educational Technology from Louisiana State University.
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