Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Tuskegee University, 1994
Master of Science in Elementary Education, University of Minnesota, 1995
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in School Improvement, University of West Georgia, 2009
K-12 Educational Leadership
Organizational Culture & Climate
Phillip Luck is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies. He completed his Ed.D. in school improvement from the University of West Georgia in 2009. With 28 years of experience in K-12 education, he has held various positions, including teacher, principal, program manager with the Georgia Department of Education, human resources director and leadership coach.
His scholarly interests include K-12 leadership, student engagement and organizational culture and climate. He also focuses on addressing the issue of disproportionality, specifically involving African American male students.