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For Immediate Release
Date: February 23, 2024

Public Affairs Officer
Unit 35007 APO AP 96376


(315) 652-5657

Dr. Ebony Freemon Instructional Systems Specialist, Special Education


Dr. Jacob Sherwood, Pacific West District Superintendent, is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Ebony Freemon as Instructional Systems Specialist for Special Education.

Dr. Freemon believes that every child has abilities, gifts, and talents that they can contribute to society. Dr. Freemon is a strong advocate for individualized education and believe it truly takes a village to help students grow and strives to establish strong rapport with the students and families that she serves.

Dr. Freemon has been an educator for 16 years, with great emphasis in the area of special education. Dr. Freemon received two Bachelor of Science degrees in Special Education and Psychology (2008) from Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, a Master’s degree in Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction (K-12) (2014) and a Doctorate in Education Leadership and Professional Practices (2017) from Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville, TN.

Dr. Freemon’s previous instructional positions with DODEA includes Iwakuni Middle School (Iwakuni, Japan) and Humphreys Middle School (Camp Humphreys, South Korea). Dr. Freemon has previously served as an Assistant Principal (Special Education) at Wiesbaden Elementary School (Wiesbaden, Germany). This is Dr. Freemon’s sixth year working for DoDEA and sixteenth year in education. 

Dr. Freemon has held leadership positions as the Case Study Committee Chair, Continuous School Improvement Team Lead, as well as a facilitator and presenter for professional learning teams. In 2022-2023, Dr. Freemon piloted a Paraprofessional Academy at Wiesbaden Elementary School in the Europe East district, facilitating various courses and trainings to better equip support staff to work with student with disabilities.

Dr. Freemon is a native of Clarksville, TN where she began her teaching career at a residential treatment facility and then transitioned to Clarksville-Montgomery Country School System (CMCSS) as an instructor of Special Education, served as a behavior consultant, and a special education transition coach for high school. Dr. Freemon not only comes from a military family but is also a former DODEA student.

In her free time, Dr. Freemon enjoys traveling, serving in the music and youth departments, and spending quality time with family.

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