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Lynne Cook, Ph.D.

Title: Dean, College of Education

Department: College of Education

Office: COE 1409
Phone Extension: x3510
Email Username: lcook

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Other Articles

  • Cook, L. H., & Boe, E. E. (May-June 2006). The changing nature of beginning special education teachers: What every administrator should know. InCASE , 47 (6), 1-3.
  • Cook, L. H., & Boe, E. E. (March-April 2004) Exploding the myths if the special education teacher turnover: Examining progress made. InCASE , 45 (5), 1-2.
  • Cook, L. H., & Boyer, L. (March-April 2004) Using district data to understand and reduce special education teacher turnover. InCASE,, 45 (5), 5 & 7.
  • Williams, J., & Cook, L. (2003). Teacher preparation: Strengthening programming to practice for administrators. InCASE , 44 (5), 4, 8.  
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1993). Inclusion: What it takes to make it work, why it sometimes fails, and how teachers really feel about it. Instructor, 103, 52-56.
  • Friend, M., & Cook, L. (1992). The new mainstreaming: How it really works. Instructor, 101(7), 30-36.
  • Cook, L., & Male, M. C. (1986). Cooperative learning in California . Counterpoint, 6 (3), 15.
  • Price, J. P., & Cook, L. (1979). Strategies to reduce school disruption. Cross Reference Journal of Public Policy and Multicultural Education, 2, 184-194.
  • Price, J. P., & Cook, L. (1978). Social disruption in public school settings. College and School Innovator, 9, 5-8.  

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