Brian holds a BS in science education and an MS in educational administration and supervision from Bob Jones University. He received an EdD in school leadership from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has 19 years of experience as a teacher and administrator of Christian schools in Florida and North Carolina. He currently serves as the dean of the School of Education at Bob Jones University and is a member of the graduate faculty.
Ann received a BS in Elementary Education and an MEd in Teaching and Learning from Bob Jones University. She taught in Christian education for over 30 years in Florida, North, and South Carolina. Since 2004, she has taught elementary Spanish at Bob Jones Academy. During the summers she has also worked as an elementary writer at BJU Press.
Jenny holds a MEd in elementary education, an EdS in educational leadership, and an EdD in curriculum and instructions. She also has SCACS and AACS professional certification and is a member of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, the International Society for Technology in Education, and South Carolina Association of Educational Technology. She has served as a music teacher; an elementary teacher; assistant to dean of BJU’s School of Fine Arts & Communication; a fine arts coordinator; an assistant principal; and a class, conference, and workshop speaker. Currently, Dr. Copeland is the BJA elementary principal.
Becky holds a BS in Elementary Education and an MEd with the emphasis on teaching and learning. She has spent 35 years in elementary education and early childhood development, working to prepare young children for later learning. She has taught-teacher training classes and currently serves as the Early Learning Consultant for BJU Press.
Cindy has a BS in elementary education. She has 20 years of teaching experience teaching a variety of ages and subjects. She spent two years in China as an administrator and teacher trainer, helping Chinese nationals to use BJU Press materials to teach and shape their students’ worldview. She is currently a national consultant for BJU Press.
With 32 years of experience in the classroom teaching Grades 3–9, Pam has a passion for helping other teachers. After finding her dream job of teaching pre-algebra in Dallas, Texas, she and her family moved to Greenville, South Carolina, several years ago. At Bob Jones Academy, she headed up the implementation of the iPad lab and began “flipping” some of her classes, resulting in steady positive progress among the slower learners. She had the unique opportunity to teach at Camp Infinity for the inaugural summer of the STEM camp at the Creation Museum. Most recently, she has taught girls’ Bible, digital literacy, and pre-algebra at BJA. She currently serves as a national consultant for BJU Press.
Dan is the administrator of Bob Jones Academy and the vice-president of the South Carolina Christian Education Association. He and his wife Marty served with the Wilds Christian Camp for ten years in the Philippines and in Colorado before entering the ministry of Christian education. He holds degrees in Bible, information systems, and educational leadership. Dan has been a Christian school teacher and administrator for more than 30 years and loves the opportunity of challenging young people to follow Christ.
JR holds an MA in Literature and has had several years of experience using BJU Press products to teach middle and high school English. He currently serves as a secondary English Language Arts writer for BJU Press and teaches freshman English at the university level.
Mike contributes to the development of eTextbooks and other technology resources in his role as senior manager of editorial services at BJU Press. He holds an MA in Bible and an MBA and has over 15 years of experience in educational and trade book publishing. Mike travels for BJU Press and enjoys supporting teachers in integrating purposeful uses of technology with a biblical-worldview education.
Rachel loves teaching, researching, and writing about science. But most importantly, she loves the One who created it all. Rachel wants this enthusiasm to be contagious. The same sense of wonder that sparked her curiosity in childhood spurred her to pursue a degree in chemistry and a master’s degree in education. She wants to share her passion as she draws from her teaching and writing experience to provide academic oversight for writing teams at BJU Press.
For over 50 years, Dr. Glen Schultz has given his life to educating future generations. He received his BA from Roberts Wesleyan College and his MEd and EdD from the University of Virginia. He has been a teacher, coach, high school principal, and superintendent during his tenure in Christian schools. He was the associate pastor at Sherwood Baptist Church and the Headmaster of Sherwood Christian Academy until June 2014. Currently, he is devoting himself full-time to Kingdom Education Ministries, which he founded in 2013.
Bryan has worked in Christian education for over 25 years. He has been a classroom teacher as well as a textbook author. Currently, he serves at BJU Press as the Senior Manager for Biblical Worldview Formation. In this position he assists authors and teachers in the work of of shaping a biblical worldview in the classroom. Bryan holds a PhD in Old Testament Interpretation.
Becky holds a BS and an MEd in Elementary Education and has been in education for over 20 years, teaching various elementary grades and subjects. She has experience as an Early Interventionist for children with deficits. She has also supervised student teachers in their clinical practice training. Becky has been a Teacher Consultant and is currently an Educational Speaker with BJU Press.