Martha Bradley-Dorsey, Ph.D., is seeking to finally break the K-12 monopolistic barrier held by school districts in the U.S. for all students.
She draws from her wealth of educational knowledge to address problems related to privacy and student surveillance in public school institutions.
Martha spent her past career in public policy research for two states' legislatures — Arizona and Kansas — where she helped to research and draft Arizona's preeminent charter school legislation and helped conduct research on failing Title I schools that led to Kansas’ only tax credit scholarship program.
Martha's primary interest is increasing educational opportunities for low-income and other disadvantaged people. She is particularly interested in how the traditional public school institution stymies educational progress for disadvantaged students.