Tuesda Roberts

Tuesda Roberts

Assistant Professor
Reading, Foundations and Technology

Academic Interests

  • Sociocultural issues in education
  • School reform efforts in urban schools

Top Scholarly Accomplishments

  • Roberts, T. & Carter Andrews, D.J. (2013). A critical race analysis of the gaslighting against African American teachers: Considerations for recruitment and retention.  In D.J. Carter Andrews and F. Tuitt (Eds.), Contesting the myth of a ‘post racial’ era: The continued significance of race in U. S. education.  New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Carter Andrews, D.J., & Roberts, T.  Creating an anti-oppressive teaching and learning climate through professional support. Published on http://www.mitoolkit.org/poverty/192-creating-an-anti-oppressive-teaching-and-learning-climate-through-professional-support, MI Toolkit, July 27, 2014.

Previous Experience

 Post-Doctoral Research Associate, University of Pittsburgh Instructor, Johnson C. Smith University


Charlotte, NC


Spending time with family Finding tranquility in nature

Future Goals and Aspirations

I intend to do my part in preparing educators to be successful and transform schools. Accomplishing that goal may require me to transform myself, but that's a part of being a lifelong learner. I'd also like to learn how to make a great red velvet cake.

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