Bradley Marianno is a nationally recognized authority on the consequences of local and state education policy change. He is often called upon to discuss state and federal teacher labor policy, teacher’s unions and collective bargaining, and the micro-politics of local school district decision making and policy implementation.
His research specialties include teacher strikes and the role of teachers’ unions in state politics.
He has been featured in numerous academic and professional journals and news outlets including Time Magazine, NBC News, The 74, Chicago Defender, The Conversation, and Education Dive.
- Ph.D., Urban Education Policy, University of Southern California
- M.S., Sociology, Brigham Young University
- M.S., Economics, University of Southern California