Special EducationEducational Studies
Ms. Kelly Jackson is currently a limited term lecturer in the Department of Educational Studies at Purdue University. She received her BS in Elementary Education from Ball State University, her MS in Elementary Education from Indiana University, and her MS in Elementary Supervision and Curriculum form Butler University. She brings over 32 years of experience as an educator and administrator to her role at Purdue. Ms. Jackson holds licenses in Administration (Elementary, Middle, Secondary, Mild, or Intense) and Elementary Education (1-6/7-8). Her endorsements include Kindergarten, Social Studies (K-12) and Elementary Administration. Ms. Jackson is a member of the Indiana Association of School Principals, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), the EPPSP Group Liaison, the Hamilton County Reading Council and the Hamilton County Principals’ Association.
- M.S. — Elementary Supervision and Curriculum, Butler University
- M.A. — Elementary Education, Indiana University
- B.S. — Elementary Education, Ball State University