The creator of the innovative program that is leveling the playing field for poor minority children in inner-city schools will bring his experience and expertise to the University of Maine. Noted educational reformer and child psychiatrist James P. Comer will work with students, faculty, and educators and policymakers statewide over the next 18 months following his appointment as Shibles Distinguished Visiting Professor in the College of Education and Human Development.
Hyatt, Kay, "Education, Social Reform Leader James Comer Named Visiting Professor at UMaine" (1998). General University of Maine Publications. 1808.
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