Tammy Foster currently serves as an adjunct professor in the School of Education. She holds a B.S.Ed. in Mental Retardation and a M.Ed. in Interrelated Special Education from the University of Georgia, Ed.S in Teaching and Learning and Ed.D in Curriculum and Instruction from Piedmont College. She has taught Special Education at the preschool, elementary, and high school levels for 20 years. In addition to Special Education certification, she holds certification in preschool handicapped education, reading education, and educational leadership. Dr. Foster currently serves as the Special Education Director of the Franklin County School System. She is an active member of the Georgia Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and the Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education (G-CASE). She serves on the Board of Directors for the Franklin County Collaborative and the Franklin County Ferst Foundation. Dr. Foster and her husband, Randy, live in Lavonia and attend Lavonia First Baptist Church. She and her husband have three sons.
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