BOOKS, ARTICLES, REPORTS
Barton, Mary Lee and Clare Heidema. Teaching Reading in Mathematics, 2nd Edition. Mid-continent Research For Education and Learning, Aurora Colorado, 2002.
Billmeyer, Rachael and Mary Lee Barton. Teaching Reading in the Content Areas: If Not me, Then Who?, 2nd Edition. Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, Aurora, Colorado, 2002.
Daggett, Willard R. Successful Schools: From Research To Action Plans, International Center for Leadership In Education, June 2005.www.icle.net. A comprehensive analysis of effective schools research that identifies ten central findings that schools should use as a platform for success in reform initiatives: create a culture of high expectations for all students, use data in decision making, provide real-world applications, create a framework to organize curriculum, create multiple pathways for students to pursue excellence, set high expectations, sustained focused professional development, leverage parental involvement, establish a safe and orderly environment, and provide effective leadership.
Marzano, Robert J. What Works In Schools: Translating Research Into Action, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2003.
Tovani, Cris Do I Really Have to Teach Reading?: Content Comprehension, Grades 6-12. Stenhouse Publishers, 2004.