Associate Director of Mathematics Education Outreach
Center for Professional Development & Education Reform
LeChase Hall 342
MS, University of Rochester (mathematics education)
BA, Nazareth College (mathematics)
Jennifer Kruger is an associate director of mathematics education outreach in the Center for Professional Development and Education Reform. Kruger works with local schools to support teachers as they deepen their content and pedagogical knowledge in relation to research-based mathematics instruction through professional learning experiences and content-focused coaching. She brings 15 years of classroom and professional development experience as a middle school mathematics teacher, and holds teaching certificates in secondary mathematics education, elementary education, and special education. In addition to her work at the Center, Kruger has participated as a consultant on numerous projects for The Connected Mathematics Project
(NSF) and continues to serve as a Math Instructional Leader in a local middle school.
Choppin, J., Callard, C. & Kruger, J. (2014). Interpreting Standards as sense-making opportunities. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 20(1).