Paul Phillips Cooke Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Miner Teachers College, 1937. Master of Arts, New York University, 1941. Master of Arts, Catholic University America, 1943.
Doctor of Education, Columbia University, 1947. Doctor of Laws (honorary), University Düsseldorf.C., 1986.
Teacher English and history, Public School of District of Columbia, Washington, 1941-1944; instructor in English, Miner Teacher's College, Washington, 1944-1949; from assistant to associate professor, Miner Teacher's College, Washington, 1949-1953; professor, Miner Teachers College, 1954-1955; professor, District Columbia Teacher's College, Washington, 1955-1974; academic dean, District of Columbia Teacher's College, Washington, 1962-1964; director model school division, Public Schools District of Columbia, 1964-1965; president, District of Columbia Teacher's College, Washington, 1966-1974; director international programs, American Association State Colleges Universities, Washington, 1974-1975; consultant, World Peace Through Law Center, Washington, 1974-1978. Writer, researcher, consultant physics, astronomy and special education departments Howard U., Washington, 1976-1981. Consultant, reader Anacostia Museum/SmithsonianInstn., Washington, since 1979.
Chair, member of advisory committee United States Commision on Civil Rights, Washington, 1978-1987. National chair American Veterans Committee, 1963-1965. Director At Large International Association Torch Clubs, 1982-1985.
With United States Air Force. Member Association for Study of Afro-American Life and History (editor, contributor Washington chapter since 1987), Kappa Alpha Psi (president Washington chapter 1953-1955).
Married Rose Clifford, August 22, 1940. Children: Kelsey C. Meyersburg, Paul C., Anne E., Katherine M.