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Bailey Education Group welcomes Jennifer Boykin


Jennifer Boykin, Ed.D., has joined Bailey Education Group and will serve as a project manager.  Boykin brings 16 years of experience in the field of special education in the public sector. “We are proud to have Jennifer on our team,” announced Pat Ross, Vice President of Operations. “There is a great demand for her services, and she will enable the Bailey team to improve the lives of more and more children.”

Boykin most recently served as Adjunct Professor of Education at the William Carey University School of Education and as Director of Special Services for Pearl Public School District.  I love children and feel like there is no other profession that can have such a widespread impact on society than education,” explained Boykin.  “It may seem cliché, but children are the future.  If we want to have a positive effect on the future, we must start with our children, and I’m glad to take that to a new level through Bailey Education Group.”  Boykin studied at Millsaps College, Arkansas State, and William Carey culminating in receiving her doctorate.

Boykin will manage projects in districts throughout the tri-state area.  She will also serve as our Special Supports Department Lead. Our Special Supports department includes MTSS, Early Childhood, Classroom Management, and Policies and Procedures.

Boykin resides in Pearl, MS with her husband, Justin. They have two children, Ally Grace and Brady.


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