As The Center for Education Success continues to do research with East, we will post published articles, books, and conference papers on this page. Some publications will appeal to a research audience, others to a practitioner audience, and some to both. We plan to build a body of research about and related to this unique partnership to share freely and openly with anyone who is interested. Check back periodically to see what new work we have done!
Marsh, V. L., & Nelms, S. (May, 2020). Partners in Fighting Cyberbullying: How a university-school collaboration is reshaping school climate and strengthening relationships. School Administrator.
Marsh, V. L. (Winter, 2019). Understanding chronic absenteeism: What research tells us about poor attendance at school. American Educator.
Marsh, V. L., & Nelms, S. (March, 2020). Student voice: The heart of school transformation at East High. Educational Leadership.
Marsh, V. L., & Nelms, S. (2019, January). 4 ways to improve urban school attendance: Engaging environments, personal contact with families, systems, and logistics make the difference. District Administration.
Larson, J., Morris, T., and Shaw, K. (2019). Sarcasm as pedagogy of love: Using ironic speech acts in urban high school English. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy.
Kinloch, V., Larson, J., Orellanna, M.J., & Lewis, C. (2016). Literacy, equity, and imagination: Researching With/In Communities. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 1-19.
Finnigan, K.S., Myers, L.C., Nelms, S. & McGowan, K. (September, 2015). Confronting Race, Racism and Privilege in Schools. District Administrator.