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Brief Biography of

Ed Buckner


Name: Ed Buckner

Born (YYYY.MM.DD): 1946.03.08

Occupation: Educational Researcher


  • Ph.D. Educational Leadership (Educational Foundations), Georgia State University (1983)
  • M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction (Secondary English), Georgia State University (1975)
  • B.A. English, Rice University (1967)



  • Quotations that Support the Separation of State and Church (co-authored with Michael Buckner)
  • "Ideas conservadoras y Trabjo Social" (original title: "An Empirical Analysis of the Attitudes of Social Workers in the United States"), Revista Trabajo Social, No. 55 (1988), pp. 52-57. With Howard Epstein; translated into Spanish by Jorge Naranjo Candia; Revista Trabajo Social is a Chilean social work journal.
  • "Urban Schools: A New Era?," a review article, Urban Resources, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Winter 1985), pp. 51-53.
  • "By Their ZIP Codes Shall Ye Know Them," in Beyond 1984--Proceedings: Seventh Annual Conference of the Southern Future Society (Ermel Stepp, Jr., ed.) Huntington Beach, West Virginia: Marshall University, 1985, pp. 83-85.

Other Relevant Misc. Info:

  • Award for excellence in teaching, Georgia State University Foundation, 1980-1981 and 1983-1984.
  • Elected to College of Public and Urban Affairs Executive Committee, 1983-1985.
  • Elected as Senator for Urban Studies Department, Georgia State University Senate, 1985-1986.