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Driver and Traffic Safety Education

Bradley Webster

Mr. Webster graduated from Valley City State College in 1983 with a major in history, a minor in English and a minor in Driver Education. His college driver education instructor was Mr. Art Goffe. Mr. Webster received his Master’s in Educational Leadership from the University of North Dakota in 1998. He taught in smaller public schools in North Dakota for a time and became a high school principal for a year before becoming a school district Superintendent. Throughout his teaching and administration experience (30+ yrs), Mr. Webster taught driver education. Most of those classes were completed in the summer, however for a time in the late 80s when he taught in Steele, ND he taught the class during the school year. For the car buffs out there his first driver education car was a 1973 Plymouth Valiant with a bench seat and no air conditioning.

Mr. Webster was selected by Mr. Howard Theige a few years ago to serve on the ND Curriculum Committee for driver traffic safety. The committee with the assistance of key people in the Oregon programs wrote the first North Dakota curriculum. It has been fine-tuned since and is regarded as an effective tool for student instruction. Mr. Webster is a regular presenter at the traffic safety conference held each Spring in North Dakota.

Mr. Webster is a former Superintendent of the Year and Driver Education Teacher of the Year. He retired from school administration in the Spring of 2015 and joined Minot State University’s staff shortly thereafter as a driver and traffic safety instructor.