Dr. Alesia Slocumb-Bradford

Washington, DC | Years Taught: 1987 – Present

Alesia believes the most productive relationship between teachers and students is one where there is respect, communication, comfort, and a shared sense of mutual understanding of established goals for students as well as for teachers. Dr. Slocumb-Bradford believes that if ever there was a perfect pair, it’s certainly, students’ classroom success and a teacher’s efforts in the classroom. Teaching and learning should go hand and hand. When a teacher is teaching effectively, then students will learn. When students understand and master the standards, results immediately inform the teacher that the methods, techniques, and lesson plan was a success.

Additional Recognition

  • 2007 • Cambridge Who’s Who for Professionals, Cambridge’s Registry
  • 2005 • Who’s Who Among American Teachers
  • 2004 • National Council of Teachers-Toyota Award for Innovative Mathematics
  • 2001 • Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Education Fellowship
  • 2001 • Washington Post-Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award
  • 2000 • Technology and Learning National Teacher of the Year
  • 1999 • The National Council of Negro Women Excellence in Teaching Award
  • 1998 • Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science