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Evelyn Johnson

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Evelyn Johnson Professor Early and Special Education College of Education Evelyn Johnson has accepted the position of scientific director for the Lee Pesky Learning Center. As such, Johnson will develop and direct a national research and training center in partnership …

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Explore Magazine Looks at K-12 Education Research

Stories in this issue of Boise State’s research magazine focus on how the university is helping to improve K-12 education in Idaho and beyond.

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Evelyn Johnson

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Evelyn Johnson Research Director, Lee Pesky Learning Center Professor, Early and Special Education College of Education Evelyn Johnson has been named the Lee Pesky Learning Center’s first research director. Johnson previously served as the center’s executive director and with her leadership …

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Evelyn Johnson

Studio portrait of Evelyn Johnson.

Evelyn Johnson Professor Department of Early and Special Education College of Education Evelyn Johnson, professor of Special Education and executive director of the Lee Pesky Learning Center, recently was featured in a podcast titled “The Academic Minute.” The show, produced …

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Evelyn Johnson

Evelyn Johnson works with a student.

Evelyn Johnson Professor, Director Special Education, Lee Pesky Learning Center College of Education Professor Evelyn Johnson, who also serves as the director of the Lee Pesky Learning Center, was quoted in a story by National Public Radio about how the …

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Evelyn Johnson Receives Fulbright Award for Program in Qatar

Evelyn Johnson holds a copy of the Lee Pesky Learning Center's book, Every Child Ready to Learn.

Johnson is a professor of special education and executive director of the Lee Pesky Learning Center in Boise.

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College of Education Gets $1.5 Million for Special Education

Evelyn Johnson works with a student.

Evelyn Johnson is developing a tool to evaluate and improve special education teachers’ use of evidence-based instructional practices.

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Evelyn Johnson and Michael Humphrey

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Evelyn Johnson and Michael Humphrey College of Education Evelyn Johnson and Michael Humphrey from the College of Education were quoted in an Idaho Statesman article about Treasure Valley schools working to find special education teachers. You can read the full …

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College of Ed Lands $3 Million in Prestigious Grants

IES grants are highly competitive and are nationally recognized for the contributions they make to education research.

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Lisa Beymer and Evelyn Johnson

Lisa Beymer, lecturer in the Department of Special Education and Early Childhood Studies, has been designated chair for the Graduate Student Issues Committee (GSIC) through the National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) for the 2014-2015 school year. She will …

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Evelyn Johnson

Evelyn Johnson, professor in the Department of Special Education and Early Childhood Studies and executive director of Lee Pesky Learning Center, and Anne B. Clohessy, clinical director of the center, are the authors of a new book, “Identification and Evaluation …

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New App Aids Busy Preschool Teachers

Busy preschool teachers now have a mobile app they can turn to for quick activities to make every minute of the day an opportunity for preschoolers to learn. Lee Pesky Learning Center in partnership with Boise State University and The …

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