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Recent Faculty Publications

This page is intended to serve as a collection of recently published works by the faculty of the Johns Hopkins University School of Education. It will be updated frequently, but is not to be considered an exhaustive list. Publications are listed in alphabetical order by faculty member's last name.

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Yolanda Abel

Refereed Journal Articles

Abel, Y. (2014). Process into products: Supporting teachers to engage parents. Education and Urban Society, 46(2), 181-191.

Abel, Y., Johnson, F., Gonsalves, T. (2012). Examining the Digital Portfolio Conference as Professional Development for Novice Teachers. 25, 371-387.

Abel, Y. (2012). African American fathers’ involvement in their children’s school-based lives. Journal of Negro Education, 81, 162-172.

Non-Refereed Journal Articles

Abel, Y. (2012). It’s all about the child. Living Education eMagazine. http://free.yudu.com/item/details/456801/Living-Education-eMagazine-Vol.-2-Winter-Edition

Other Intellectual Contributions

Book Review

Abel, Y. (2012). Streetsmart Schoolsmart: Urban Poverty and the Education of Adolescent Boys. TCR Record.

Alan Cheung

Book Chapters

Chambers, M., deBotton, O., Cheung, C.-K., Slavin, R. (2012). Effective early childhood programs for children at risk of school failure. Handbook of research on the education of young children (3rd ed.) (pp. 322-331). New York, NY: Routledge.

Refereed Journal Articles

Slavin, R., Holmes, G., Madden, N., Chamberlain, A., Cheung, C.-K. (2013). Effects of a data-driven district reform model on state assessment outcomes. American Educational Research Journal, 50(2), 371-396.

Cheung, C.-K., Slavin, R. (2013). Effects of educational technology applications on reading outcomes for struggling readers: A best-evidence synthesis. Reading Research Quarterly, 48(3), 277-299.

Sheard, M., Ross, S., Cheung, C.-K. (2013). Social-Emotional Learning Championing Freedom, Education and Development: A Vehicle for At-risk Students to Succeed. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 8(1), 1-18.

Slavin, R., Cheung, C.-K. (2013). The effectiveness of educational technology applications for enhancing mathematics achievement in K-12 classrooms: A meta-analysis. Educational Research Review, 9, 88-113.

Faith Connolly

Book Chapters

Connolly, F., Olson, L. (2012). Early Elementary Performance and Attendance in Baltimore City Schools' Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten. The State of Black Baltimore (pp. 99-120). Baltimore, MD: Greater Baltimore Urban League.

Other Intellectual Contributions

Monograph

Connolly, F., Olson, L., Durham, R., Plank, S. (2014). Indicators of College Readiness: A Comparison of High School and College Measures.

Research Report

Olson, L., Connolly, F., Kommajesula, A. H. (2013). Family League 2011-12 Out of School Time Programs in Baltimore City. Baltimore, MD: Baltimore Education Research Consortium.

Research Report

Connolly, F., Olson, L. (2012). Early Elementary Performance and Attendance in Baltimore City Schools’ Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten. Baltimore, MD: Baltimore Education Research Consortium.

Roisin Corcoran

Other Intellectual Contributions

Research Report

Corcoran, R., Lake, C., Laurenzano, M., Ross, S. (2013). Evaluation of Education Leadership Preparation Programs. Baltimore, MD: Center for Research and Reform in Education.

Research Report

Corcoran, R., Ross, S. (2013). Wave Academy Research Report. Baltimore, MD: Center for Research and Reform in Education.

Norma Day-Vines

Bryan, J., Day-Vines, N.L., Griffin, D., Holcomb-McCoy, C., & Moore-Thomas, C. (in press). Who are teachers referring to the school counselor and why? Exploring the disproportionality dilemma in school counseling. Journal of Counseling and Development.

Bryan, J., Moore-Thomas, C., Day-Vines, N.L., & Holcomb-McCoy (2011). School counselors as social capital: The effects of high school college counseling on college application. Journal of Counseling and Development, 89, 190-199.

Steen, S., Bryan, J., & Day-Vines, N.L. (2011). Leading psychoeducational groups. In B. Erford (Ed.), Group Work: Processes and Applications. New York: Merrill/Prentice Hall.

Day‐Vines, N.L., Bryan, J., & Griffin, D. (2013). The Broaching Attitudes and Behavior Survey (BABS): An exploratory assessment of its dimensionality. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 41, 210‐223).

Bryan, J., Day‐Vines, N.L., Griffin, D., Holcomb‐McCoy, C., & Moore‐Thomas, C. (2012). Who are teachers referring to the school counselor and why? Exploring the disproportionality dilemma in school counseling. Journal of Counseling and Development,90,177‐190.

Day‐Vines, N.L., & Holcomb‐McCoy, C. (2013). Broaching the subjects of race, ethnicity, and culture as a tool for addressing diversity in counselor education classes. In West, J., Bubenzer, D., Cox, J., & McGlothlin, J. (Eds.), Teaching in Counselor Education: Engaging Students in Meaningful Learning (pp.151‐166). Alexandria, VA: Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.

Laurie deBettencourt

Books

Debettencourt, L., Sabornie, E. J. (2009). Teaching students with mild and high-incidence disabilities at the secondary level. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill/Prentice Hall/Pearson.

Book Chapters

Debettencourt, L. (2012). Should there be alternative special education curricula, or should students with special needs be part of mainstream classroom instruction? Overview. In A. J. Eakle (Ed.), Curriculum and instruction: Debating Issues in American education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Refereed Journal Articles

Boe, E. E., Debettencourt, L., Dewey, J., Rosenberg, M., Sindelar, P., Leko, C. (2013). Variability in demand for special education teachers: Indicators, explanations, and impacts. Exceptionality, 21(2), 1-23. www.tandfonline.com

McCray, E., Rosenberg, M., Mary, B., Debettencourt, L., Melinda, L., Susan, L. (2011). School-university partnerships for special education teacher preparation. Journal of Special Education Leadership, in press.

McCray, E. D., Rosenberg, M., Brownell, M. T., Debettencourt, L., Leko, M. M., Long, S. K. (2011). The role of leaders in forming school-university partnerships for special education teacher preparation. Journal of Special Education Leadership, 24(1), 47-58.

McCray, E. D., Rosenberg, M., Brownell, M. T., Debettencourt, L., Leko, M. M., Long, S. K. (2011). The role of leaders in forming school-university partnerships for special education teacher preparation. Journal of Special Education Leadership, 24(1), 47-58.

Rosenberg, M., Debettencourt, L. (2010). Editors’ Introduction: Tradition and enhanced technology: Continuing TESE's commitment to quality research and commentary. Teacher Education and Special Education, 33(1), 5-7.

Other Intellectual Contributions

Manuscript

Marder, T., Debettencourt, L. (2012). In Belva Collins PHD (Ed.), Using a Hybrid Model to Prepare Special Educators to Teach Students Identified with ASD (3rd ed., vol. 31). Rural Special Education Quarterly.

Joan DeSimone

Book Chapters

Orzolek-Kronner, C. A., DeSimone, M. J. (2012). Seeing Through the Eyes of the Blind. In Joan Berzoff, (Eds.), Falling Through the Cracks: Psychodynamic Practice with Vulnerable and Oppressed Populations (pp. pages 261 -297). New York, New York: Columbia University Press.

Harnett, C., DeSimone, M. J. (2011). Managing the Return to the Workplace: Reservists Navigating the Stormy Seas of the Homeland. In Diann Cameron Kelly, Sydney Howe-Barksdale, David Gitelson (Eds.), Treating Young Veterans: Promoting Resilience Through Practice and Advocacy (pp. Pages 219 - 257). New York, New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Rachel Durham

Book Chapters

Galindo, C. E., Durham, R. (2008). Immigration and Childhood. Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development. Farmington Hills, MA: Gale Publishing.

Sanford-DeRousie, R. E., Durham, R. (2008). Processes and Factors Influencing Family Contributions to School Readiness. In Alan Booth, Anne C. Crouter, and Elliot B. Weininger (Eds.), Disparities in School Readiness: How Families Contribute to Transitions into School. New York: Lawrence-Erlbaum.

Refereed Journal Articles

Barakat, B. F., Durham, R. (2013). Dropout Mayors and Graduate Farmers:  Educational Fertility Differentials by Occupational Status and Industry in Six European Countries. Demographic Research, 28, 1213-1262. http://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/jumpto.htm?pag_vol=28&pag_pag=1216

Bodovski, K., Durham, R. (2010). Parental Practices and Achievement of Mexican and Chinese Immigrant Children in the U.S.: Assimilation Patterns? Research in Comparative International Education, 5(2), 156-175.

Other Intellectual Contributions

Monograph

Connolly, F., Olson, L., Durham, R., Plank, S. (2014). Indicators of College Readiness: A Comparison of High School and College Measures.

Research Report

Durham, R., Olson, L. (2013). College Enrollment and Degree Completion for Baltimore City Graduates through the Class of 2012. Baltimore, MD: Baltimore Education Research Consortium.

Christine Eith

Book Chapters

Lachlan, K., Spence, P., Eith, C. (2013). Emergency communication in the developing world: Considering intercultural differences and the needs of urban populations. In Charles Okigbo (Ed.), Strategic health communication in urban contexts. Nairobi, Kenya: International Society for Urban Health. International Society for Urban Health.

Eith, C., Spence, P., Lachlan, K. A. (2010). Social inequalities and communicating during crises. In D. Brunson & L. Lampel (Eds.), Interracial communication: Contexts, communities, and choices. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.

Spence, P., Lachlan, K., Eith, C. (2009). Vulnerability of the underclass: Why the most vulnerable are always the last to know. In J.D. Rivera (Ed.), Minority resiliency and the legacy of disaster.

Eith, C. (2008). Juvenile Justice. In V. Parillo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Thousand Oaks, CA; Sage Publications.

Eith, C., Lachlan, K. (2008). Video games. In H.T. Greene & S.L. Gabbidon (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Other Intellectual Contributions

Research Report

Eith, C., Durose, M. (2011). Contacts between the police and public, 2008. (pp. 1-28). Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Joyce Epstein

Books

Epstein, J. (2013). Programas efectivos de involucrameiento familiar en las escuelas: Estudios y prácticas. Santiago: Fundacion CAP.

Hutchins, D., Greenfeld, M. D., Epstein, J., Sanders, M. G., Galindo, C. L. (2012). Multicultural partnerships: Involve all families. New York City: Eye on Education.

Book Chapters

Epstein, J., Hutchins, D. (2012). Family Involvement. This we believe in action: Implementing successful middle schools (pp. 181-199). Westerville, Ohio: Association for Middle Level Education.

Epstein, J., Van Voorhis, F. L. (2012). The changing debate: From assigning homework to designing homework. In E. Reese and S. Suggate (Eds.), Contemporary debates in childhood education (pp. 263-273). London.

Refereed Journal Articles

Epstein, J. (2013). Ready or not? Preparing future educators for school, family, and community partnerships. Teaching Education, 24, 115-118.

Mariale Hardiman

Books

Hardiman, M. (2012). Brain-targeted teaching model for 21st century schools. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Book Chapters

Hardiman, M. (2010). The creative-artistic brain: Education in the 21st century. In David Sussa (Ed.), Mind Brain in Education. New York, NY: Solutions Tree Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

Hardiman, M. (2013). Assessment and the learning brain. Independent School- Journal of the National Association of Independent Schools, 73(2), 36-41.

Gregory, E., Hardiman, M., Yarmolinskaya, J., Rinne, L., Limb, C. (2013). Building creative thinking in the classroom: From research to practice. International Journal of Educational Research, 62, 43-50.

Hardiman, M. (2011). Neuroeducation, neruoethics, and classroom teaching: Where brain sciences meet pedagogy. Neuroethics.

Christina Harnett

Book Chapters

Harnett, C. (2013). Supporting National Guard and Reserve Members, and Their Families. In Jose Coll, Allen Rubin and Eugenia Weiss (Eds.), Handbook of Military Social Work (1st edition ed., pp. 335-357). New York, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Harnett, C., DeSimone, M. J. (2011). Managing the Return to the Workplace: Reservists Navigating the Stormy Seas of the Homeland. In Diann Cameron Kelly, Sydney Howe-Barksdale, David Gitelson (Eds.), Treating Young Veterans: Promoting Resilience Through Practice and Advocacy (pp. Pages 219 - 257). New York, New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Harnett, C., Gafney, M. (2011). Ensuring Equality after the War for National Guard and Reserve Forces: Revisiting the Yellow Ribbon Initiative. In Diann Cameron Kelly, Sydney Barksdale and David Gitelson (Eds.), Treating Young Veterans: Promoting Resilience through Practice and Advocacy (1st ed., pp. 175-217). New York, New York: Springer Publishing Company/International.

Harnett, C., DeSimone, J. (2011). Managing the Return to the Workplace: Reservists Navigating the Stormy Seas of the Homeland. In Diann Cameron Kelly and David Gitelson (Eds.), Treating Young Veterans: Promoting Resilience through Practice and Advocacy (1st ed., pp. 219-257). New York, New York: Springer Publishing Company/International.

Conference Proceedings

Michael, G., Harnett, C., James, M. (2011). Addressing Veterans' Needs: Best Partnership Practices. Columbia, MD: International Critical incident Stress Foundation.

Other Intellectual Contributions

Monograph

Hershkowitz, M., Witham, W., Harnett, C., Nelson, W. (2012)., Reserve Force Trials, Trauma and Transitions: Examining the Modern Deployed Reserve Force Mental Health Support Needs (Spring 2012 ed., vol. 5, pp. 31-62). Baltimore, Maryland: State Defense Force: Monograph Series.

Martha Mac Iver

Refereed Journal Articles

Mac Iver, M. (2013). Early warning indicators of high school outcomes. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 18(1), 1-6.

Mac Iver, M., Messel, M. (2013). The ABCs of keeping on track to graduation:  Research findings from Baltimore. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 18(1), 50-67.

Mac Iver, M. (2011). Beginning with the end in mind:  The district office leadership role in closing the graduation gap for at-risk students. Educational Considerations, 38, 8-15.

Mac Iver, M. (2011). The challenge of improving urban high school graduation outcomes:  Findings from a randomized study of dropout prevention efforts. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 16, 167-184.

Mac Iver, M., MacIver, D. (2010). How do we ensure that everyone graduates? An integrated prevention and tiered intervention model for schools and districts. New Directions for Youth Development, 127, 25-35.

Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy

Books

Holcomb-McCoy, C. (2007). School Counseling to Close the Achievement Gap: A Social Justice Framework for Success. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Book Chapters

Holcomb-McCoy, C. (2013). The counseling landscape. Fundamentals of college admission counseling. Alexandria, VA: NACAC.

Refereed Journal Articles

Holcomb-McCoy, C., Hines, E. (2013). Parental characteristics, ecological factors, and the academic achievement of African American males. Journal of Counseling and Development, 91, 68-77.

Holcomb-McCoy, C., Bryan, J. (2010). Advocacy and empowerment in parent consultation:  Implications for theory and practice. Journal of Counseling and Development.

Bryan, J., Day-Vines, N., Holcomb-McCoy, C., Moore-Thomas, C. (2010). Using national education longitudinal datasets in school counseling research. Counselor Education and Supervision, 49, 266-279.

Holcomb-McCoy, C. (2010). Involving low income parents and parents of color in college readiness activities: An exploratory study. Professional School Counseling Journal, 14, 115-124.

Tamara Marder

Book Chapters

Marder, T., Cole, C., Marder, T., McCann, L. (2000). Self-monitoring. In E. S. Shapiro & T. R. Kratochwill (Eds.), Conducting school assessments of behavior:  A practical guide. New York, NY: Guilford Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

Marder, T., Kern, L., Marder, T., Boyajian, A., Elliot, C., McElhattan, D. (1997). Augmenting the independence of self-management procedures by teaching self-initiation across settings and activities. School Psychology Quarterly, 12(1), pp. 23-32.

Marder, T., Kern, L., Marder, T. (1996). A comparison of simultaneous and delayed reinforcement as treatments for food selectivity. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 29(29), p243-246.

Marder, T., Kern, L., Mauk, J., Marder, T., Mace, F. Charles (1995). Functional analysis and treatment of breath holding. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 28, 339-340.

Non-Refereed Journal Articles

Marder, T., Fraser, D. (2012). Evidence-Based Practice for Special Educators Teaching Students with Autism. New Horizons for Learning, 10(2). http://education.jhu.edu/PD/newhorizons/Journals/

Other Intellectual Contributions

Manuscript

Marder, T., Debettencourt, L. (2012). In Belva Collins PHD (Ed.), Using a Hybrid Model to Prepare Special Educators to Teach Students Identified with ASD (3rd ed., vol. 31). Rural Special Education Quarterly.

Eric Mayes

Mayes, E. (2013, 2012, 2011). Creating Sustainable University, School and Community Partnerships: CDF Freedom Schools Program as a transformative leadership development model to increase Student Achievement and Civic Engagement. Presentation at University of Michigan, Fisk University, Tennessee State University, University of Oregon, Florida State University, Duke University, Howard University, Marygrove College, University of Detroit Mercy.

Mayes, E. and Park, Y. (2013). Children’s Defense Fund Marlborough County Pre-K Freedom Schools Program Assessment Results. Internal Children’s Defense Fund Report. Washington, DC.

Mayes, E. (2012). Engaging Key Community Partners to Support and Advance Your CDF Freedom Schools Program. Panel Moderator. Children’s Defense Fund National Conference. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Mayes, E. and Hinton, M. (2011). Out of School Learning Time as a Chief Strategy in Eliminating Achievement Gaps. Internal Children’s Defense Fund Policy Brief. Washington, DC.

Mayes, E. (2010). Bridging the Cultural Gaps in Teaching and Learning: Embracing Diversity, Exploring Difference, and Accepting Change in American Public Schools. Keynote Address at Plymouth Canton Community Schools Staff Development Symposium. Plymouth-Canton, Michigan.

Stephen Pape

Book Chapters

Pape, S., Bell, C. K., Yetkin-Ozdemir, I. E. (2013). Sequencing components of mathematics lessons to maximize development of self-regulation: Theory, practice, and intervention. In H. Bembenutty, T. Cleary, & A. Kitsantas (Eds.), Applications of Self-Regulated Learning across Diverse Disciplines: A Tribute to Barry J. Zimmerman (pp. 29-58). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press.

Pape, S., Irving, K. E., Bell, C. V., Shirley, M. L., Owens, D. T., Owens, S. K., Bostic, J. D., Lee, S. C. (2012). Principles of effective pedagogy within the context of connected classroom technology: Implications for teacher knowledge. In R. N. Ronau, C. R. Rakes, & M. L. Niess (Eds.), Educational technology, teacher knowledge, and classroom impact: A research handbook on frameworks and approaches (pp. 176-199). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Johnston-Parsons, M., Pape, S., Scheckelhoff, C., Thomas, M. (2012). Teaching the university methods courses: Building a collaborative culture. In M. Johnston-Parsons (Ed.), Dialogue and difference in a teacher education program:  A 16-year sociocultural study of a PDS (pp. 129-158). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Pape, S., Chang, C., Johnston-Parsons, M. (2012). What we learned from the post-program survey. In M. Johnston-Parsons (Ed.), Dialogue and difference in a teacher education program: A 16-year sociocultural study of a PDS (pp. 217-240). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Refereed Journal Articles

Bell, C. V., Pape, S. (2014). Scaffolding the development of self-regulated learning in mathematics class. Middle School Journal, 45(4), 23-32.

Case, E., Pape, S. (2013). Struggles and successes implementing classroom communication technology in a college Pre-Calculus course. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 32, 5-24.

Yetkin-Ozdemir, I. E., Pape, S. (2013). The role of interactions between student and classroom context in developing adaptive self-efficacy in one sixth-grade mathematics classroom. School Science and Mathematics, 113, 248-258.

Pape, S., Irving, K. E., Owens, D. T., Boscardin, C. K., Sanalan, V., Abrahamson, A. L., Kaya, S., Shin, H. S., Silver, D. (2013). The impact of classroom connectivity in promoting Algebra I achievement: Results of a randomized control trial. Effective Education, 2, 43-60.

Sakiz, G., Pape, S., Hoy, A. (2012). Does perceived teacher affective support matter for middle school students in mathematics classrooms. Journal of School Psychology, 50, 235-255.

Bell, C. V., Pape, S. (2012). Scaffolding students’ opportunities to learn through social interactions. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 24(4), 423-445.

Yetkin-Ozdemir, I. E., Pape, S. (2012). Supporting students' strategic competence: A case of a sixth-grade mathematics classroom. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 24(2), 153-168.

Karin Sandmel

Refereed Journal Articles

Capizzi, A. M., Wehby, J., Sandmel, K. (2010). Enhancing mentoring of teacher candidates through consultive feedback and self-evaluation of instructional delivery. Sage Publications, 33(3), 191-212.

Lane, K. L., Graham, S., Harris, K., Little, A., Sandmel, K., Brindle, M. (2010). Story writing: The effects of self-regulated strategy development for second-grade students with writing and behavioral difficulties. Sage Publications, 44(2), 107-128.

Little, A., Lane, K. L., Harris, K. R., Graham, S., Story, M., Sandmel, K. (2010). Self-regulated strategies development for persuasive writing in tandem with schoolwide positive behavioral support: Effects for second-grade students with behavioral and writing difficulties. Behavioral Disorders, 35, 157-179.

Amy Shelton

Clements‐Stephens, A. M., Vasiljevic, K., Murray, A. J., & Shelton, A. L. (2013). The Role of Potential Agents in Making Spatial Perspective Taking Social. [Original Research]. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7. http://www.frontiersin.org/Journal/10.3389/fnhum.2013.00497/abstract

Yerramsetti, A., Marchette, S.A., & Shelton, A.L. (2012). Accessibility vs. accuracy in retrieving spatial memory: Evidence for suboptimal assumed headings. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 39(4), 1106 ‐ 1114. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0030905

Bakker, A., Krauss, G., Albert, M.S., Speck, C.L., Jones, L.R., Stark, C.E., Yassa, M.A., Bassett, S.S., Shelton, A.L., & Gallagher, M. (2012). Levetiracetam treatment attenuates excess hippocampal activity with cognitive benefit in patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Neuron, 74(3), 467‐474.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S089662731200325X

Shelton, A.L., Clements‐Stephens, A.M., Lam, W.Y., Pak, D.M., & Murray, A.J. (2012). Should social savvy equal good spatial skills? The interaction of social skills with spatial perspective taking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141(2), 199‐205. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0024617

Anita Young

Books

Young, A. (2009). Making DATA Work (2nd ed.). Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.

Refereed Journal Articles

Young, A., Kaffenberger, C. (2013). Making DATA Work: A process for conducting action research. Journal of School Counseling, 11(2), 31. http://jsc.montana.edu/articles/v11n2.pdf

Journal Article, Professional/Practitioner Journal (Published)

Young, A., Kaffenberger, C. (2011). The Beliefs and Practices of School Counselors Who Use Data to Implement. Professional School Counseling, 15(2), 67-76.

Other Intellectual Contributions

Magazine/Trade Publication

Holcomb-McCoy, C., Lee, V., Bryan, J., Young, A. (2011). In David Kaplan (Ed.), Ensuring college access for all: A call to the school counseling profession (January 2011 ed.). Alexandria VA: The Counseling Today.