|Archbald, Douglas A.
||School Choice, Magnet Schools, and the Liberation Model: An Empirical Study
||The Cost-Effectiveness of Socioeconomic School Integration
|Burgess, Simon, & Briggs, Adam
||School Assignment, School Choice and Social Mobility
|Eddy, Colleen M., & Easton-Brooks, Donald
||Ethnic Matching, School Placement, and Mathematics Achievement of African American Students from Kindergarten Through Fifth Grade
|Flinspach, Susan L., Banks, Karen, & Kahanna, Ritu
||Socioeconomic Integration as a Tool for Diversifying Schools: Promise and Practice in Two Large School Systems
|Flouri, Eirini, & Midouhas, Emily
||School Composition, Family, Poverty and Child Behaviour
|Gaddis, S. Michael, & Lauen, Douglas Lee
||School Accountability and the Black–White Test Score Gap
|Kainz, Kirsten, & Vernon-Feagans, Lynne
||The Ecology of Early Reading Development for Children in Poverty
|Lauen, Douglas Lee
||To Choose or not to Choose: High School Choice and Graduation in Chicago
|Lauen, Douglas Lee, & Gaddis, Michael S.
||Exposure to Classroom Poverty and Test Score Achievement: Contextual Effects or Selection?
|Logan, John R. & Burdick-Will, Julia
||School Segregation, Charter Schools, and Access to Quality Education
|Mickelson, Roslyn A., & Southworth, Stephanie
||When Opting Out is not a Choice: Implications for NCLB's Transfer Option from Charlotte, North Carolina
|Morgan, Paul L., Farkas, George, Hillemeier, Marianne M, & Maczuga, Steve
||Science Achievement Gaps Begin Very Early, Persist, and Are Largely Explained by Modifiable Factors
|Payne, Kevin, & Biddle, Bruce
||Poor School Funding, Child Poverty and Mathematics Achievement
||Housing Policy is School Policy: Economically Integrative Housing Promotes Academic Success in Montgomery Count, Maryland
||The Relationship Between Degrees of Poverty and Student Achievement
|Tobin, Kerri J.
||Homeless Students and Academic Achievement: Evidence from a Large Urban Area
||Outcomes of School Desegregation: Findings from Longitudinal Research