Selected Publications

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  • §Barrio, B., Lindo, E., & Combes, B. H. (in press).  Ten Years of response to intervention: Implications for general education teacher preparation programs.  Action in Teacher Education.

  • §Barrio, B., & Combes, B. H. (2014). Exploring general education pre-service teachers’ levels of concern regarding the implementation of response to intervention. Teacher Education and Special Education: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children:0888406414546874.

 

  • §Hughes, H., Combes, B. H., & Mehta, S. (2012). Managing autism: Knowledge and training in autism spectrum disorders among special education administrators in Texas. Journal of Special Education Leadership, 25(2), 90-98.
  • Combes, B. H. & Durodoye, B. (2007).  Multicultural special education transition programming: Culturally responsive teaching. In F. E. Obiakor (Ed.), Multicultural special education (pp. 206-223). Columbus, OH: Merrill Prentice Hall.   
  • Durodoye, B. A., Combes, B. H., & Bryant, R. M. (2004). Counselor intervention in the post-secondary planning of African American students with learning disabilities. Professional School Counseling, 7(3), 133-140.
  • §Glover, R. J., Combes, B., Walker, M., Allen, D. D, & Cowan, C. (2003). Increasing diversity in a college of education: A mentoring program to attract underrepresented populations. Journal of Metropolitan Universities, 14(1), 107-117.

  • Combes, B. H.  & Durodoye, B. (2002). Transitioning African American high school students. In F. E. Obiakor & B. A. Ford (Eds.), Creating Successful Learning Environments for African American Learners with Exceptionalities (pp. 175-189). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. 

  • §Rademacher, J. A., Hildreth, B., Bridges, D., Walker, M., & Callahan, K. (1998).  Enhancing the learning of preservice teachers through preservice assignments.  Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, 9(1). 13-28.

  • Callahan, K., Rademacher, J. A., & Hildreth, B. (1998). The effect of parent participation in strategies to improve homework performance of students who are at-risk. Remedial and Special Education, 19(3), 131-140.