Profile: Casey D. Cobb
Casey D. Cobb is Neag Endowed Professor of Educational Policy at the Neag School of Education. Dr. Cobb is co-author of Fundamentals of statistical reasoning in education (Wiley/Jossey Bass) and Leading dynamic schools: How to create and implement ethical policies (Corwin Press). He has published in such journals as Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Educational Policy, Education and Urban Society, Educational Leadership, and the Peabody Journal of Education. Dr. Cobb is a National Education Policy Center Fellow and member of the Research Advisory Panel for the National Coalition on School Diversity. Dr. Cobb is a former editor of EAQ, UCEA's premier journal. He served as an assistant professor of Education at the University of New Hampshire before coming to UConn in 2003. Dr. Cobb has a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, a master’s degree from the University of Maine, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy from Arizona State University.