School of Education, Supervision and Instruction


The School of Education, Supervision, and Instruction at Tougaloo College offers a variety of undergraduate degree and certificate programs leading to P-6 and 7-12 initial teacher licensure and certification in child development, elementary, secondary, physical education, and special education, as well as a degree in health and recreation.


The mission of the School of Education, Instruction and Supervision at Tougaloo College is to prepare and support caring, reflective scholars and practitioners as life-long learners and to succeed as professionals the community. The School of Education through teaching, scholarly research, and service is dedicated to preparing its scholars with the knowledge and skills necessary to become successful and effective professionals and practitioners in a complex, rapidly changing global society.


The School of Education faculty and staff envisions a teaching and learning environment committed to providing future professionals with an education that develops reflective, effective, active and decisive (READ) scholars and practitioners who use theory, scholarly research, and best practices in their work with children and youth. Faculty and students come together to foster a community of teaching and learning that promotes inquiry, leadership, and advocacy for P-12 children, families, and communities.


Contact Information

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Mailing Address:
Tougaloo College
School of Education, Supervision, and Instruction
500 West County Line Road
Tougaloo, MS 39174
 601-977-6165 (fax)

Campus Location: Holmes Hall

Faculty and Staff

Andrea Montgomery, Ph.D.
Interim Dean of Education

Vicki Davidson, Ph.D.
Interim Chair and Recommending Officer for Education Licensure
Assistant Professor of Education / Petters Scholar

Kenya Winters
Office Manager

Edelia J. Carthan, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor of Education

Alvin C. Carter, MTS
Lecturer of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
Champions of Character & Fellowship of Christian Athletes Campus Coordinator
Title III Program/Curriculum Enhancement

Roshunda Harris-Allen, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Child Development