Dr. Molly Stewart co-authored, "Marketing, information, and parental choice: A comparative case study of third-party, federally funded out-of-school-time services," in the January 2016 issue of Peabody Journal of Education.
Dr. Colleen Chesnut, research associate, published “But I’m a language teacher! Dual immersion teacher identities in a complex policy context” in Mid-Western Educational Researcher.
Drs. Stewart and Hitchcock published a book chapter in G. J. Burkholder, K. A. Cox, & L. M. Crawford (Eds.), The scholar-practitioner's guide to research design. Baltimore, MD: Laureate.
Dr. Hitchcock co-authored an article, "Mixing interviews and Rasch modeling: Demonstrating a procedure used to develop an instrument that measures trust," in Journal of Mixed Methods Research. He also co-authored, "Applying a mixed methods framework to differential item function analyses" which appeared in Research in the Schools, 22(1), 1-14.
Dr. Skiba was noted as #86 in the 2016 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, metrics highlighting the top 200 university-based scholars contributing to the public discourse on education.