School of Education, Supervision and Instruction


The School of Education, Supervision, and Instruction at Tougaloo College offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs leading to P-6 and 7-12 initial teacher licensure and certification in child development, elementary and secondary education, physical education, special education, and other degrees and certifications in other areas such as gifted education, health education, Pre-K-K, reading, and gifted education. In addition, the  School of Education offers a Master of Arts degree in Child Development and Master of Arts in Teaching degrees in Elementary Education (grades 4-6) and Secondary Education (grades 7-12).



To prepare future educators with the content and pedagogical knowledge necessary to become reflective, effective, active, and decisive educators.


To foster a community of teaching and learning that promotes inquiry, leadership, and advocacy for P-12 children, families, and communities.


Contact Information

Feel free to call, email, or visit the School of Education.

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.



Vicki Davidson, Ph.D.


Recommending Officer for Educator Licensure

Petters and Hardin Scholar


Kenya Winters

Administrative Assistant


Child Development

Roshunda Harris-Allen, Ed.D.


Elementary Education

Mary Grant Lee, Ed.D.


Health, Recreation, and Physical Education

Alvin C. Carter, MTS


Special Education

Jerrika Mabry, Ed.D.