2000-Present Publications


Barnett, E.A., Bucceri, K., Hindo, C., Kim, J. (2013). Ten key decisions in creating early colleges: Design options based on research. New York: NCREST, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Allen, D. & Blythe, T. (2004). The Facilitator's Book of Questions: Tools for Looking Together at Student and Teacher Work. New York: Teachers College Press.

Allen, D., Nichols, P., &Ancess, J. (2004, April).Coaching as Inquiry: Interpreting Culture and Leveraging Change. (Word doc) Paper Presented at AERA Conference.

Allen, D., Nichols, P., Tocci, C., Hochman, D., & Gross K. (2006). Supporting Studentsí Success Through Distributing Counseling (PDF). New York: NCREST.

Ancess, J. (2003). Beating the Odds: High School as Communities of Commitment. New York: Teachers College Press.

Ancess, J. (2004). Snapshots of Meaning Making Classrooms. Educational Leadership. September.

Ancess, J. (2008). Small Alone Is Not Enough: How Can Educators Recover the Purposes of Small Schools? Educational Leadership, (65),8, 48-53.

Ancess, J. & Allen, D. (2006).Implementing Small Theme High Schools in New York City: Great Intentions and Great. Harvard Educational Review.76 (3).

Ancess, J., Barnett, E., & Allen, D. (2007). Using Data to Inform the Practice of Teachers, Schools, and School Reform Organizations. Theory into Practice (46), 4, 325-333.

Ancess, J. & Grossman F. D. (2003, April). Getting from Here to There: Practitioners Use Research to Stimulate School and District Change.(Word doc) Paper Presented at AERA Conference.

Barnett, E. (2006). Helping high school students succeed in college classes [NCREST Practice Brief]. New York: National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools, and Teaching, Teachers College.

Barnett, E. (2008). Using data driven decision making to improve math outcomes in Middle-Early College high schools [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Barnett, E. (2010). Scaffolding and supporting the college experience: A case study of Middle College High School at Contra Costa College. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.

Barnett, E. (2011). Validation and persistence among community college students. Review of Higher Education. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press.

Barnett, E. (2011). Faculty validation and persistence among nontraditional community college students. Enrollment Management Journal. Round Rock, TX: TG and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Barnett, E., & Bragg, D. (2006). Academic pathways and increased opportunities for underserved students: Crosscutting themes and lessons learned. In D. D. Bragg & E. A. Barnett (eds.) Academic Pathways to and from the Community College. New Directions in Community Colleges. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc.

Barnett, E., Hindo, C., Buccerri, K., & Kim, J. (forthcoming). 10 key decisions in creating Early Colleges: Design options based on research. New York: NCREST.

Barnett, E. & Hughes, K. (2010). Issue Brief: Community College and High School Partnerships; Prepared for: The White House Community College Summit. New York: Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Barnett, E., Kim, J., & Spence, K. (2005). Early College Student Survey Report, 2004-05 [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Barnett, E. & Stamm, L. (2010). Dual enrollment: A strategy for educational advancement of all students. Washington, DC: Blackboard Institute.

Barnett, E., & Spence, K. (2007). Building knowledge in the Middle College National Consortium: Lessons from the Math and Data Use Project [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Barnett, E., & Spence, K. (2009). Conditions associated with college success among middle college-early college high school students [brief]. New York: NCREST, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Hatch, T. (2003). "The 'Long Haul' or 'Boom or Bust'?". Education Week (23),2, 32-35.

Hatch, T. (2006). Improving schools in turbulent times. The New Educator. (2), 267-276.

Hatch, T. (2008). Practice Brief #1: Mission, mission on the wall. (PDF) New York: NCREST.

Hatch, T. (2009). Managing to Change: How Schools Can Survive (and Sometimes Thrive) in Turbulent Times. New York: Teachers College Press.

Hatch, T. (2009). The scholarship of teaching and web-based representations of teaching in the United States: Definitions, histories, and new directions. Educational Action Research, 17 (1), 63-78.

Hatch, T. (2009). The Outside-Inside Connection. Educational Leadership, 67 (2), 16-21.

Hatch, T. (2009). Four flawed assumptions of school reform and what to do about them. Education Week,29 (14), 24,32.

Hatch, T. (2010). What Norway (not Finland) can tell us about schools. The Answer Sheet Blog.Retrieved December 10, 2010 from http://voices.washingtonpost.com/answer-sheet/guest-bloggers/what-norway-not-finland-tells.html.

Hatch, T. (2010). A question of value(s).New York Times Online. Retrieved September 27, 2010 from http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2010/09/26/why-more-students-rely-on-tutors/a-question-of-values

Hatch, T., Ahmed, D. Lieberman, A. Faigenbaum, D., Eiler, M. & Pointer Mace, D.H. (Eds.) (2005). Going Public with our Teaching: An Anthology of Practice. New York: Teachers College Press.

Hatch, T., Eiler, M., Raley, J., Austin, K., Capitelli, S. & Faigenbaum, D. (2005). Into the Classroom: Developing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Hatch, T. & Honig, M. (2004).Crafting coherence: How schools strategically manage multiple, external demands. Educational Researcher. 33 (8), 16-30.

Hatch, T. & Grossman, P. (2009). Learning to look beyond the boundaries of representation (PDF). Journal of Teacher Education. 60, (1): 70-85.

Hatch, T. & Pointer Mace, D.(2007). Making teaching public: A digital exhibition. Teachers College Record.

Hindo, C., Barnett, E., & Kim, J. (2010). Seminar: A support program for high school students undertaking college courses [brief]. New York: NCREST

Kim, J. (2009). College Performance and College Readiness Attitudes: Middle College National Consortium Early College High School Senior [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Kim, J. (2009). Academic proficiency prior to high school: MCNC Early College high school graduating students [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Kim, J. (2009). College performance and college readiness attitudes: Middle College National Consortium Early College high school seniors [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Kim, J. (2010). 2008-09 MCNC Early College high school students: College coursework participation and performance [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Kim, J., & Barnett, E. (2007). High school studentsí participation and performance in college coursework: 2005-06 MCNC Early College high school students [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Kim, J., & Barnett, E. (rev 2008). 2006-07 MCNC Early College high school students: Participation and performance in college coursework [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Kim, J., Barnett, E., & Rogers, B. (2004). Middle College National Consortium Early College Technical Assistance Documentation Study Report. New York: NCREST.

Spence, K., & Barnett, E. (2008). Highlights from the MCNC graduating student survey data: Early College high schools, 2006-07 [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Spence, K., & Barnett, E. (2007). Highlights from the Middle-Early College student survey report, 2005-06 [brief]. New York: NCREST.

Tocci, C., Hochman, D., & Allen, D. (2005).Advisory Programs in High School Restructuring. (PDF) Paper Presented at AERA Conference.

Weinbaum.A., Allen, D. Blythe, T., Simon, K., Seidel, S. & Rubin, C. (2004). Teaching as Inquiry: Asking Hard Questions to Improve Practice and Student Achievement. New York: Teachers College Press.





 
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