Jackson graduated with a BA in sociology from St. Joseph’s University and a Master’s Degree in special education with a certificate in special education leadership from George Mason University. Jackson worked as a special education teacher in Prince William County for over 16 years, before resigning in 2019 to serve on the PWC school board. Jackson has two elementary school children and is a current member of the PWC Special Education Parent Teacher Association [2, 3].
Jackson wants to collaborate with other school board members to develop solutions that promote equal opportunities for success among students. She supports policies and initiatives that foster an environment of equity and inclusiveness, and supports expansion of Career and Technical Education Programs .
Jackson wants to ensure the safety of PWC schools by providing increased mental health resources in schools and the creation of an anonymous tip line for security threats .
Jackson wants to improve recruitment and retention rates by increasing salaries and benefits for teachers and the insurance of a professional environment for all staff .
Prince William County Democratic Party; Everytown for Gun Safety