Angela M. Jones, ed.D.



  • Doctor of Education, Early Childhood Development

  • Master of Education, Elementary Education

  • Master of Arts, Applied Linguistics

Certified GA Educator

  • Elementary Education (P-5)

  • Middle Grades Language Arts (4-8)

  • ESOL Endorsement

  • Gifted In-Field Endorsement

  • Reading Endorsement

Dr. Jones is a literacy specialist who was an elementary school teacher, a middle school English Language Arts teacher, and an adult education instructor. She began her career in literacy instruction as an instructional paraprofessional for early childhood education classes, and she later served as an instructional specialist for literacy in an elementary school. Before that experience, she taught English as a Foreign Language in South Korea, Germany, and Japan.

Dr. Jones's passion for literacy began to grow when she homeschooled her three children while her family lived in Japan. Her desire to help her children overcome a reluctance toward reading and a delay in language development inspired her to further her understanding of literacy strategies and best practices. With over thirteen years of diverse educational experiences, she is still excited about learning new strategies and using her knowledge to collaborate with educators, parents, and students.

Dr. Jones is a lifelong learner who enjoys traveling with her family and observing nature. She continues to study current articles and books about structured literacy and the science of reading. She is currently working through the LETRS professional development curriculum. She recently published a children's book, I Don't Want Two Brothers, with her daughter, Lisa, the co-author and illustrator.