Dr. Jacqueline Ferguson served as the principal of Wiesbaden Middle School for SY18-19. Prior to moving to Germany, Dr. Ferguson was the principal of Nile C. Kinnick High School and Ikego Elementary School, in Yokosuka, Japan. Dr. Ferguson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, a Master of Educational Administration, and a Doctorate in Curriculum, Supervision and Instruction.
Dr. Ferguson’s twenty plus years of experience also include teaching in Texas, Germany and Japan, and serving as an assistant professor for Texas A&M University, San Antonio, in the College of Education. Her research agenda focuses on models of co-teaching and collaboration to improve student achievement with her most recent publication being: Wilson, J. C. & Ferguson, J. (2017). Chapter 7: Co-teaching in Undergraduate Education: Capacity building for multiple stakeholders. In D. Jarvis, & M. Kariuki (Eds). Co-Teaching in Higher Education: From Theory to Co-Practice.
Her husband, David Ferguson is a retired Air Force Officer and they have two sons, Josiah and Levi. They are honored to continue serving the military community and look forward to a successful school year.