Bridget McGee, M.P.A.
Bridget McGee, M.P.A., works for the Florida Institute of Education at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, where she serves as a Lead Coach to coaches and teachers who are implementing the Early Literacy & Learning Model (ELLM). She also works as the Coordinator of Services for the Preschool Curriculum Evaluation Research (PCER) project.
Ms. McGee has taught grades K–12 and college courses. Most of her teaching career was spent in special education classrooms—both self-contained and inclusive—implementing America’s Choice School Design. While teaching in public schools, she also worked as a Mentor Teacher and Pre-Intern Supervisor. She speaks as an annual visiting alumni member to student interns attending Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida.
Ms. McGee received her Master’s in Public Administration from the University of North Florida and her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education with an emphasis in special education from Edward Waters College.