- Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
- M.Ed., Sul Ross State University
- B.A., Texas Lutheran University
- Directed Teaching Internship
- Methods of Teaching Social Studies I
- Methods of Teaching Social Studies II
- Special Topics in Social Sciences: Senior Seminar
- US History to 1877
- US History, 1877 to Present
- Social studies education
- Museum education
- Public pedagogy
- Historical/Cultural/Social memory
- Informal learning spaces
- Public history
- Krueger, J. (2021). TribalCrit, curriculum mining, and the teaching of contemporary Indigenous issues. Multicultural Perspectives, 23(2), 78-86.
- Kim, E., Brown, A., Robinson, H., and Krueger, J. (2020). Allusive, elusive, or illusive? An examination of apologies for the Atlantic slave trade and their pedagogical utility. Journal of Educational Controversy, 14(1), 1-28.
- Krueger, J. (2019). To challenge the settler colonial narrative of Native Americans in social studies curriculum: A new way forward for teachers. The History Teacher, 52(2), 291-318.