FCPS Names Acting Associate Superintendent of Special Education and Student Services

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Ms. Jennifer Bingman, Director of System Accountability and School Improvement, has been appointed as the Acting Associate Superintendent of Special Education and Student Services effective April 17, 2023.

Since 1995, Bingman has served the students of Frederick County Public Schools as a mathematics teacher, mathematics specialist, assistant principal, principal at New Market Middle and Crestwood Middle, supervisor and director. 

FCPS Superintendent Dr. Cheryl L. Dyson announced her appointment to the Board of Education of Frederick County. Bingman will serve on the superintendent’s cabinet. This position is new to Frederick County Public Schools. 

"Ms. Bingman has been instrumental in supporting the academic and social emotional needs of all FCPS students," Dyson said. "Her exceptional school-based and district leadership experiences will benefit all school communities.”

Bingman is in her 28th year with FCPS. For the last four years, she led the System Accountability and School Improvement Department, which oversees state assessment and accountability, local assessment, intervention, data reporting and analysis, research, surveys, grants, school improvement process and the student information system.

In addition, Ms. Bingman has served as a member of the FCPS Racial Equity Committee, Curriculum & Instruction Committee, Co-Chair of the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Subcommittee: Pillar 3, and has served as the FCPS representative to the National Forum on Education Statistics.

“The level of detail and dedication that Ms. Bingman brings to this new role will serve the students and families of Frederick County Public Schools very well,” FCPS Deputy Superintendent Dr. Michael Markoe said. “She is a dedicated professional who seeks to problem solve in order to provide the best possible supports for all students.”

Ms. Bingman has been the recipient of several awards and honors. In 2016, she earned Administrator of the Year honors from the State Superintendent’s Advisory Council on Gifted & Talented Education and 2021 State of Maryland Central Office Administrator of the Year Gifted and Talented.  

Bingman obtained her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Frostburg State University and a Master’s degree in School Administration from McDaniel College. She is pursuing a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Frostburg State University.

When not at work, Bingman loves spending time with her family and supporting her four children in their pursuits.