Publications of CEHD Faculty (Current and Former)
Journal: The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice

Office of the Dean
Dr. DAVE A. LOUIS
Michael-Chadwell, S., Bonner, F. A., II, & Louis, D. (2009, Summer). African American high school males' perceptions of academically rigorous programs, identity, and spirituality. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 3(1), 230-246
Educational Administration and Human Resource Development
Dr. MARY V. ALFRED
*Stoddart, D., *Robinson, P., Alfred, M. V. (2014). Exploring the influence of indigenous Caribbean music in shaping the Anglophone Caribbean identity. National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 7(3), 281-297.
*Robinson, P. A. & Alfred, M.V. (2013). Colorism and skin bleaching in Jamaica: Global implications for communities of color and urban classrooms. National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, (6) 3, 202-213
Dr. FRED BONNER
Michael-Chadwell, S., Bonner, F. A., II, & Louis, D. (2009, Summer). African American high school males' perceptions of academically rigorous programs, identity, and spirituality. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 3(1), 230-246
Dr. JEAN MADSEN
Stroud, M & Madsen, J. (2011) Concrete Ceiling: Implications for women of color in urban school districts. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 4 (2) 101-114
TERAH VENZANT CHAMBERS
Venzant Chambers, T. T. (2010). Are we on"track" with the African American millennial? Tracking, ability grouping, and gifted African American millennial students. National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 4(2), 92-106
Dr. GWENDOLYN WEBB- HASAN
Webb-Johnson, G. C., & Carter, N. (2007, Summer). Culturally responsive urban school leadership: Partnering to improve outcomes for African American learners, The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 1(1), 77-99.
Health and Kinesiology
BRIAN BUTLER
Butler, B., Joubert, M. & Lewis, C. (2010). Who's really disrupting the classroom? An examination of African American male students and their disciplinary roles. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 3(1), 1-12
Dr. AKILAH R. CARTER-FRANCIQUE
Carter-Francique, A. (2013). Black female collegiate athlete experiences in a culturally relevant leadership program. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 6(4), 275-287
Teaching, Learning, and Culture
Dr. MARY MARGARET CAPRARO
Capraro, M. M. (2012). A tale of two cities: Do textbooks account for differences in Latino second grade students understanding of the equal sign. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 5(3), 317-333
Dr. NORVELLA CARTER
McEwen, T., Carter, N. & Liles, V. (2015). The African American student in historically segregated city schools: Implications for urban educators and communities. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 8(3) pp. 378-394
Jenkins, C. Carter, N. (2013). Avoiding the pitfalls of anti-racist teaching: Lessons for White and Black educators. The National Journal of urban Education and Practice, 6(4) pp. 262-274
Butler, B. R. & Carter, N. P. (2009). Combating African American collegiate attrition: The Ronald E. McNair program. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 2(3),135-145.
Valadez, C. & Carter, N. P. (2009). Sense of efficacy for literacy instruction of urban first and second grade classroom teachers'™ for their highly mobile students. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 2(4),206-216
Zannou, Y. & Carter, N. P. (2009). Shades of gray in black and white spaces: An overview of the historical and contemporary complexities of the modern HBCU. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 2(3),107-122
Moon-Merchant, V., Williams, K. & Carter, N. P. (2008). The Integrated Triad: A model for teacher induction. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 2(2),71-81.
Saha, S.N., Carter, N. P., Sharkey, D., Williams, K., Dutton, V. Pearse, C., Hedgewood, J & Kaio, C. (2008). Effective urban teaching: Lessons learned from a graduate class. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 2(2),94-106
Webb-Johnson, G. C., & Carter, N. (2007, Summer). Culturally responsive urban school leadership: Partnering to improve outcomes for African American learners, The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 1(1), 77-99.
Dr. TRACY ELAINE COLLINS
Collins, T. & Viruru, R. (2009). Riding two horses inconstantly: Working within the tensions of early childhood teacher education. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 2(4), 178-187.
Collins, T. (2009) (in press). The landscape of fatherhood. The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice, 3(1), 230-242.
Dr. CHANCE LEWIS
Smith, D., Lewis, C. and Smith, L. (2012). Increasing the academic success of urban schools: An examination of successful teachers. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice. 6 (2), 115-129
Easton-Brooks, D., Lewis, C. & Zhang, Y. (2010). Ethnic-matching: The influence of African American teachers on the reading scores of African American students. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 3(1), 67-80
James, M. & Lewis, C. (2010). Exploring possibilities: A qualitative analysis of a single gender school for urban African American males. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 3(1), 24-43
Butler, B., Joubert, M. & Lewis, C. (2010). Who's really disrupting the classroom? An examination of African American male students and their disciplinary roles. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 3(1), 1-12
Dr. KATHRYN BELL MCKENZIE
McKenzie, K. (2007). Teachers’ Zone of Self-Efficacy: Which Students Get Included, Which Students Get Excluded, and More Importantly, Why? . American Educational Research Association. (AERA). Chicago, Illinois
Dr. DENNIE L. SMITH
Smith, D., Lewis, C. and Smith, L. (2012). Increasing the academic success of urban schools: An examination of successful teachers. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice. 6 (2), 115-129
Dr. RADHIKA VIRURU
Collins, T. & Viruru, R. (2009). Riding two horses inconstantly: Working within the tensions of early childhood teacher education. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice, 2(4), 178-187.