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Knowledge Base

“On Target for Educational Leadership”



Ada, Alma Flor. (1993). A chorus of cultures: Developing literacy through multicultural poetry. Carmel, CA: Hampton-Brown.


Allington, Richard L. (2001). Schools that work. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.


Banks, James A. (1999). An introduction to multicultural education. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.


Baruth, Leroy G. (1992). Multicultural education of children and adolescents. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.


Bean, Reynold. (1992). Positive risks, challenges, & other paths to success. Scotts Valley, CA: ETR Assoc.


 The black-white test score gap. (1998). Washington, DC: Brookings Institute Press.


Bolman, Lee. (1994). Becoming a teacher leader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.


Bowers, C. A. (1990). Responsive teaching: An ecological approach to classroom patterns, language, culture, and thought. New York, NY: Columbia Teachers College.


Brendtro, Larry. (1990). Reclaiming youth at risk. Bloomington, IN: Allyn and Bacon.


Canter, Lee. (1992). Lee Canter’s assertive discipline. Santa Monica, CA: Lee Canter Assoc.


Canter, Lee. (1991). Parents on your side. Santa Monica, CA: Lee Canter Assoc.


Canter, Lee (1988). Positive reinforcement activities. Santa Monica, CA: Lee Canter Assoc.


Cartledge, Gwendolyn. (1996). Cultural diversity and social skills instruction: understanding ethnic gender differences. Champaign, IL: Research Press.


Cech, Maureen. (1996). GlobalSense. New York, NY: Addison-Wesley.


Cech, Maureen. (1991). GlobalChild. New York, NY: Addison-Wesley.


Chareny, Ruth. (1995). Teaching children to care. Greenfield, MA: NE Foundation for Children.


Charles, C. M. (1999). Building classroom discipline. Boston, MA: Longman.


Charles, C. M. (1998). Classroom discipline in American schools. New York, NY: State University of New York.


Closing the achievement gap. (1996). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Closing the gap. (2000). Washington, DC: Council for Basic Education.


Coloroso, Barbara. (1987). Discipline. Littleton, CO: Kids Are Worth It.


Coloroso, Barbara. (1994). Kids are worth it: giving your child the gift of inner discipline. New York, NY: Morrow.


Congebsi, James. (1997). Classroom management strategies. White Plains, NY: Longman.


Culture, style and the educative process: Making schools work for racially diverse students. (1997). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.


Cummins, Jim. (1995). Brave new schools: Challenging cultural illiteracy. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press.


Curwin, Richard. (1997). As tough as necessary. Paramus, NJ: ASCD.


Curwin, Richard. (1992). Rediscovering hope: Our greatest teaching strategy. Bloomington, IN: N.E.S.


Davidman, Leonard. (1994). Teaching with a multicultural perspective. White Plains, NY: Longman.


Delpit, Lisa. (1995). Other people’s children. New York, NY: New Press.


DeMelendez, Wilma Robles. (1997). Teaching young children in multicultural classrooms. New York, NY: Delmar Publications.


Developing an awareness of and sensitivity to issues of gay and lesbian students. (N.D.). Louisville, KY: Video Kitchen.


Dictionary of multicultural education. (1997). Phoenix, AZ: Oryx.


Dreamseekers. (1997). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.


Educating everybody’s children: Diverse teaching strategies for diverse learners: what research and practice say about improving achievement. (1995). Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.


Encyclopedia of multiculturism. (1994). New York, NY: Marshall Cavendish.


Gale encyclopedia of multicultural America. (1995). Detroit, MI: Gale Research.


Garbarino, James. (1992). Children in danger: Coping with the consequences of community violence. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.


Garcia, Ricardo. (1998). Teaching for diversity. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation.


Gibbs, Jewell Taylor. (1989). Children of color: Psychological interventions with minority youth. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.


Gorman, Burton. (1991). Successful schooling for everybody. Bloomington, IN: N.E.S.


Grayson, Dolores A. (1997). GESA: Generating expectations for student achievement: An equitable approach to educational excellence: Teacher handbook. Canyon Lake, CA: Gray Mill.


Guide to the 400 best children’s and adult’s multicultural books about holidays and celebrations. (1997). Newton Centre, MA: Lift Every Voice.


Guinier, Lani. (1994). Tyranny of the majority. New York, NY: Free Press.


Hale-Benson, Janice E. (1982). Black children: Their roots, culture, and learning styles. Baltimore, MD: The John Hopkins University Press.


Haller, Emil. (2001). Using educational research. New York: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.


Handbook of research on multicultural education. (1995). New York, NY: Macmillan.


Harris, J. John. (1991). Readings on the state of education in urban America. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University.


Hill, Howard. (1989). Effective strategies for teaching minority students. Bloomington, IN: N.E.S.


Hopson, Darlene P. (1990). Different and wonderful. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster.


Howard, Gary R. (1999). We can’t teach what we don’t know. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.


The inclusion video series. (1994). Manhattan, KS: The Master Teacher.


Inside city schools: Investigating literacy in multicultural classrooms. (1999). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.


Kotlowitz, Alex. (1991). There are no children here: The story of two boys growing up in the other America. New York, NY: Doubleday.


Kutz, Eleanor. (1993). Discovery of competence teaching and learning with diverse student writers. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Publishing Company.


Ladson-Billings, Gloria. (1994). Dreamkeepers. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass Publishers.


Lasley, Thomas. (1997). Strategies for teaching in a diverse society: Instructional models. Unites States: Wadsworth Publishing Company.


Lessons from high-performing Hispanic schools: Creating learning communities. (1999). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.


Lipson, Greta. (1983). Ethnic pride: Explorations into your ethnic heritage cultural information, activities, student research. Carthage, IL: Good Apple.


Locke, Don C. (1992). Increasing multicultural understanding. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publication.


Lucas, Samuel Roundfield. (1999). Tracking inequality: Stratification and mobility in American high schools. New York, NY: Teachers College.


Markowitz, Gerald E. (1996). Children, race, and power. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia.


Matiella, Ana Consuelo. (1991). Positively different: Creating a bias-free environment for young children. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR.


McCormick, Theresa. (1994). Creating the nonsexist classroom. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.


McEwan, Barbara. (2000). The art of classroom management: Effective practices for building equitable learning communities. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.


Measuring diversity results. (1997). Petaluma, CA: Global Insights.


Meeting the challenge of linguistic and cultural diversity in early childhood education. (1995). New York, NY: Teachers College.


Miller, Pamela R. (1990). GESA…for parents: gender/ethnic expectations and student achievement. Canyon Lake, CA: Gray Mill.


Miller-Lachmann, Lyn. (1992). Our family our friends our world: annotated guide to significant multicultural books for children and teenagers. New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker.


Multicultural challenge in health education. (1994). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates.


Multicultural education. (1994). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Nieto, Sonia. (2000). Affirming diversity: the sociopolitical context of multicultural education. New York, NY: Addison Wesley Longman.


Oakes, Jeannie. (1990). Making the best of schools: A handbook for parents, teachers, and policymakers. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.


Orlando, Louise. (1993). The multicultural game book. New York, NY: Scholastic Professional Books.


Payne, Ruby. (1998). A framework for understanding poverty. Baytown, TX: F.F.T. Publishing.


Phillips, Gary L. (N.D.). Classroom rituals for at-risk learners. Bainbridge Island, WA: National School Improvement Project.


Prescott, Folami M. (N.D.). SETCLAE: self-esteem through culture leads to academic excellence. Chicago, IL: African American Images Publications.


Racially mixed people in America. (1992). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.


Reissman, Rose. (1994). The evolving multicultural classroom. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Rochman, Hazel. (1993). Against borders: Promoting books for a multicultural world. Chicago, IL: Bowker.


Sabella, Russell. (1995). Confronting sexual harassment. Minneapolis, MN: Educational Media Corporation.


Saphier, Jon. (1997). The skillful teacher. Acton, MA: Resources for Better Teaching.


Sattel, Sue. (1995). Sexual harassment of students. Frederick, MD: Aspen Publishers.


Seeman, Howard. (1998). Preventing classroom discipline problems. Lancaster, PA: Technomic.


Sesno, Alice. (1998). 97 Savvy secrets for protecting self and school. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.


Sexual harassment: guidelines for intervention and prevention. (1994). Evanston            , IL: Altschu.


Sheridan, Susan. (1995). Tough kid social skills book. Longmont, CO: Sopris.


Speaking the unpleasant. (1998). Albany, NY: New York Press.


Sprick, Randall. (1998). CHAMPS. Longmont, CO: Sopris.


Sprick, Randall. (1985). Discipline in the secondary classroom. Paramus, NJ: Center for Applied Research.


Sprick, Randall. (1995). Teacher’s encyclopedia of behavior management. Longmon, CO: Sopris.


Stephan, Walter G. (1999). Reducing prejudice and stereotyping in schools. New York, NY: Teachers College.


Stigler, James W. (1999). The teaching gap: Best ideas from the world’s teachers for improving education in the classroom. New York, NY: The Free Press.


Tatum, Beverly. (1997). “Why are all the black kids sitting together in the cafeteria?”. New York, NY: Basic Books.


Teaching and learning in cities. (1993). Great Britain. Whitbread Education Partnership.


Thomas, Rebecca L. (1996). Connecting cultures. New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker.


Tiedt, Pamela L. (1999). Multicultural teaching. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.


Tilton, Linda. (1996). Inclusion: Mainstreaming in education. Shorewood, MN: Covington Cove Publications.


Torrence, E. Paul. (1998). Multicultural mentoring of the gifted and talented. Waco, TX: Prufrock.


Understanding the multicultural experience in early childhood education. (1983). Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children.


VanDover, Teresa. (1996). The inclusion guide for handling chronically disruptive behavior. Manhattan, KS: The Master Teacher.


Ventures into cultures: A resource book of multicultural materials and programs. (1992). Chicago, IL: American Library Association.


Wade, Rahima. (1991). Joining hands. Iowa City, IA: Zephyr.


Walker, Vanessa Siddle. (1996). Their highest potential: An African American school community in the segregated South. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press.


Watson, George. (1998). Classroom discipline problem solver. Paramus, NJ: Center for Applied Research.


We teach them all: Teachers writing about diversity. (1996). York, ME: Stenhouse.


Wheelock, Anne. (1992). Crossing the tracks: How untracking can save America’s schools. United States: New Press.


Wilson, Amos N. (1992). Understanding black adolescent male violence: Its remediation and prevention. New York, NY: Afrikan World Infosystems.


Wolfgang, Charles. (1999). Solving discipline problems. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.


Wyman, Sara LaBrec. (1993). How to respond to your culturally diverse student population. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Wynn, Mychal. (1992). Empowering African-American males to succeed. South Pasadena, CA: Rising Sun Publishing.


Zemelman, Steven. (1998). Best practices: New standards for teaching and learning in America’s schools. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.


Journal Articles


Anton-Oldenburg, Mary (2000, September). Celebrate diversity. Instructor, 2 (110). 46-


Blassingame, Kelley M. (2000, February). A cultural mosaic. Techniques. 2 (75). 22-24.


Brown, Monica R. (2000, May/June). Access, instruction, and barriers. Remedial and Special Education, 3 (21). 182.


Clark, Leon E. (2000, November/December). Other-wise: The case for understanding foreign cultures in a unipolar world. Social Education, 7 (64). 448-553.


Cochran-Smith, Marilyn. (2000, Summer). Blind vision: Unlearning racism in teacher education. Harvard Educational Review, 2 (70). 157-190.


Fernstrom, Pam and Goodnite, Barbara. (2000, March). 20 ways to …Accomadate student diversity in the general education social studies classroom. Intervention in School and Clinic, 4 (35). 244.


Ford, Donna Y. and Harris, J. John III. (2000, September). A framework for infusing multicultural curriculum into gifted education. Roeper Review, 1 (23). 4.


Leavell, Judy A. and Ramos-Machai, Nancy. (2000, November). Leyendas (legends): Connecting reading cross-culturally. The Reading Teacher, 3 (54). 256-258.


Lesser, Lawrence M. (2000, January). Algebra for all: Reunion of broken parts: Experiencing diversity in algebra. Mathematics Teacher, 1 (93). 62


Marulis, Loren. (2000, Spring). Anti-bias teaching to address cultural diversity. Multicultural Education, 3 (7). 27.


McCullough, Shawn. (2000, September/October).Teaching African American students. The Clearing House, 1 (74). 5-6.


Menken, Kate and Look, Keith. (2000, April). Making chances for linguistically and culturally diverse students. The Education Digest, 8 (65). 14-19.


Mestre, Lori S. (2000, May/June). Improving computer-use success for students of diverse backgrounds. Knowledge Quest, 5 (28). 20.


Miller, Howard M. (2000, May). Teaching and learning about cultural diversity: All of us together have a story to tell. The Reading Teacher, 8 (53). 666-667.


Montgomery, Winifred. (2000, Fall). Literature discussion in the elementary school classroom. Multicultural Education, 1 (8). 33.


Percival, Jane E. and Black, Deborah J. (2000, July/August). A true and continuing story: Developing a culturally sensitive integrated curriculum. The Social Studies, 4 (91). 151-158.


Pixley, Marcella Fleischmann. (2000, July). Learning to see: White. English Education, 4 (32). 278.


Ramirez, A. Y. and Autry, Mary Murray. (2000, Summer). Sociopedagogy: A move beyond multiculturalism toward stronger community. Multicultural Education, 4 (7). 2.


Ramos-Balderrama, Sandra. (2000, Summer). This trend called diversity. Library Trends, 1 (49). 194-214.


Robenstine, Clark. (2000, November). To value diversity, begin with a true view of past. School Administrator, 10 (57). 47.


Rosen, Lois Matz and Perkins, Dawn Abi. (2000, July). Preparing English teachers to teach diverse student populations: Beliefs, challenges, proposals for change. English Education, 4 (32). 254.


Sabo, Sandra R. (2000, February). Diversity at work. Techniques, 2 (75). 26-28.


Tyler, J. Michael, and Guth, Lorraine J. (1999, July). Using media to create experiential learning in multicultural and diversity issues. Journal of Multicultural Counseling & Development, 3 (27). 153.


Willis, Arlette Ingram. (2000, July). Keeping it real: Teaching and learning about culture, literacy, and respect. English Education, 4 (32). 267.


Sound Recordings


Applying brain/stress research to classroom management. (1997). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Coloroso, Barbara. (1989). Kids are worth it. Littleton, CO: Kids Are Worth It.


Coloroso, Barbara. (1990). Winning at teaching. Littleton, CO: Kids Are Worth It.


Enhancing student thinking in the classroom. (1994). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Jensen, Eric. (1993). Classroom interactions. DelMar, CA: Turning Points.


Jensen, Eric. (1991). Positive classroom discipline strategies. DelMar, CA: Turning Point.


Molnar, Alex. (1990). Changing problem behavior in schools. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.


Wong, Harry K. (19??). How you can be a super successful teacher. Mountain View, CA: Harry K. Wong.




ADHD. (1992). New York, NY: Guilford Press.


Another set of eyes. (1987). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Assertive discipline. (1986). Santa Monica, CA: Canter Assoc.


Assertive discipline for secondary school educators series. (1989). Santa Monica, CA: Lee Canter.


Blueprints for thinking in the cooperative classroom series. (1991). Skylight Pub.


Break it up. (1995). Research Press.


Catch them being good. (1988). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Choosing community. (1995). Oakland, CA: Developmental Studies Center.


Classroom discipline for violent and difficult kids. (1995). Atlanta, GA: Georgia Center for Continuing Education.


Classroom management. (1995). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Classroom management skills for substitute teachers. (1998). Los Angeles, CA: IOx Videotape.


Control theory and responsibility training. (1991). Long Beach, CA: Video Journal of Education.


Cooperative discipline. (1990). Circle Pines, MN: American Guidance Service.


Differentiating instruction for mixed-ability classrooms. (1996). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Discipline with dignity. (n.d.). Bloomington, IN: National Education Service.


Early childhood education. (n.d.). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Effective management for positive achievement in the classroom. (1984). Evanston, IL: Universal Dimensions.


Effective teacher, parts 1-8. (n.d.). Mountain View, CA: Harry Wong Publications.


First days of school. (1991). Mountain View, CA: Harry Wong Publications.


Foundations. (1992). Longmont, CO: Sopris.


Frameworks for effective teaching. (1986). Evanston, IL: Universal Dimensions.


Fresh look at cooperative learning. (1993). Long Beach, CA: Video Journal of Education.


Getting to the heart of it. (1993). Watertown, MA: Tom Snyder Productions.


Helping disruptive and unresponsive students. Long Beach, CA: Video Journal of Education.


Heterogeneous classroom. (1996). Salt Lake City, UT: Video Journal of Education.


Inclusion dilemma. (1992). West Haven, CT: NEA Professional Library Video.


Instructional skills for substitute teachers. (1988). Los Angeles, CA: Iox Videotape.


Just the two of us. (n.d.). Bloomington, IN: Agency for Instructional Technology.


Lee Canter’s assertive discipline inservice video package. (1992). Santa Monica, CA: Canter & Assoc.


Lee Canter’s assertive discipline for paraprofessionals. (1987). Santa Monica, CA: Canter & Assoc.


Managing today’s classroom. (1998). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.


Motivational thinking for educators. (1989). Evanston, IL: Journal Films, Inc.


Nonviolent crisis intervention for the educator. (1989). Brookfield, WI: National Crisis Prevention Institute.


Positive discipline in the classroom. (1997). Long Beach, CA: Video Journal of Education.


Restitution. (1993). Chapel Hill, NC: New View Publications.


Solutions. (1987). Teaching Strategies, Inc.


Substitute survival training. (n.d.). Costa Mesa, CA: Orange County Department of Education.


Substitute teachers. (n.d.). Los Angeles, CA: Iox Videotape.


Staff development. (1993). Sunburst.


Status treatments for the classroom. (1994). Teacher’s College Press.


Succeeding with difficult students. (1993). Santa Monica, CA: Lee Canter & Assoc.


Teacher induction program for success (TIPS). (1996). Gastonia, NC: Gaston County Schools.


Teacher to teacher series. (1988). New Readers Press.


Tough kids video series. (1996). Longmont, CO: Sopris.


True colors. (n.d.). EMG.


Understanding personality. (1994). Educational Management Group (EMG).


Winning at teaching. (1990). Littleton, CO: Kids Are Worth It.


You can handle them all series. (1991). Manhattan, KS: Master Teacher.




Alderman, Terry. (2001). In good discipline, one size doesn’t fit all. Kentucky Virtual Library: http://www.kyvl.org/. Academic Search Elite Database.


Brainard, Edward. (2001). Classroom management: seventy-three suggestions for secondary school teachers. Kentucky Virtual Library: http://www.kyvl.org/.


The Classroom: A Community of Learners: http://www.ualberta.ca/~schard.foundation/class.htm


The Condition of Education 2000: http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2000/coe2000/section2/indicator17.html


Geiger, Brenda. (2000). Discipline in K through 8th grade classrooms. Proquest: http://www.proquest.umi.com/.


Gordon, Debra G. (2001). Classroom management. Kentucky Virtual Library. http://www.kyvl.org/. Academic Search Elite Database.


Korinek, Lori. (n.d.). Positive behavior management fostering responsible student behavior. http://ndcpd.org/ndcpd/ndwan/courses/sped/505/chapters/chap9.html


The Learning Gap: http://www.kentuckyconnect.com/heraldleader/hlprojects/learning/index.shtml


Learning Gate: http://www.learningate.com/site/content/professionalDev/communityOfLearners/


NC Public Schools: Closing the Achievement Gap: http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/closingthegap/


NCREL: North Central Regional Educational Laboratory: http://www.ncrel.org/cscd/pubs/lead21/2-11.htm


NWREL: Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory: http://www.nwrel.org/cnorse/infoline/may97/article5.html


Price, Beverly. (1999). Smooth sailing. Proquest: http://www.proquest.umi.com/.


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