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Reform and Scaling Up

To learn more about my work with high school reform and scaling up, visit the National Center on Scaling Up Effective Schools.

Joshi, E., Redding, C., & Cannata, M. (forthcoming). In the NIC of Time: How Sustainable are Networked Improvement Communities? Accepted in American Journal of Education.

 Cannata, M. & Nguyen, T. (2020). Consensus versus Concreteness: Tensions in Designing for Scale. Teachers College Record 122 (12). [Version of Record] [Accepted Manuscript]

Cannata, M., Redding, C., & Nguyen, T. (2019). Building Student Ownership and Responsibility: Examining Student Outcomes from a Research-Practice Partnership.  Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness. [Version of Record] [Accepted Manuscript]

Cohen-Vogel, L., Allen, D., Rutledge, S., Cannata, M., Harrison, C. & Smith, T. M. (2018). The dilemmas of research-practice partnerships: Implications for improvement research in education.  Journal of Research on Organization in Education 2: 1-24. [link]

Nguyen, T., Cannata, M., & Miller, J. (2018). Understanding student behavioral engagement in high schools: The importance of student interaction with peers and teachers. The Journal of Educational Research 111(2): 163-174.  [Version of Record] [Accepted Manuscript]

Redding, C., Cannata, M., & Miller, J. (2017). System Learning in an Urban School District: A Case Study of Intra-district Learning. Journal of Educational Change. [Version of Record]   [Accepted Manuscript]

Cannata, M., Cohen-Vogel, L., & Sorum, M. (2017). Partnering for Improvement: Improvement Communities and their Role in Scale Up. Peabody Journal of Education 92(5): 569-588. [Version of Record]   [Accepted Manuscript]

Cannata, M. & Rutledge, S. A. (2017). Introduction to New Frontiers in Scaling Up Research. Peabody Journal of Education 92(5): 559-568. [Version of Record][Accepted Manuscript]

Cannata, M., Smith, T.M., & Taylor Haynes, K. (2017). Integrating Academic Press and Support by Increasing Student Ownership and Responsibility. AERA Open 3(3): 1-13. [link]

Redding, C., Cannata, M., & Taylor Haynes, K. (2017). With Scale in Mind: A Continuous Improvement Model for Implementation. Peabody Journal of Education 92(5): 589-608.  [Version of Record]   [Accepted Manuscript]

Tichnor-Wagner, A., Wachen, J., Cannata, M. & Cohen-Vogel, L. (2017). Continuous improvement in the public school context: Understanding how educators respond to Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles. Journal of Educational Change 18(4): 465-494. [Version of Record]   [Accepted Manuscript]

Torre Gibney, D., Preston, C., Drake, T., Goldring, E., & Cannata, M. (2017). Bringing Student Responsibility to Life: Avenues to Personalizing High Schools for Student Success. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 22(3): 129-145. [Version of Record]    [Accepted Manuscript]

Cohen-Vogel, L., Cannata, M., Rutledge, S. A., & Socol, A.R. (2016). A Model of Continuous Improvement in High Schools: A Process for Research, Innovation Design, Implementation, and Scale. Teachers College Record (Yearbook) 118, Issue 13. [link]

Rutledge, S. & Cannata, M. (2016). Identifying and Understanding Effective High Schools: Personalization for Academic and Social Learning and Student Ownership and Responsibility. Phi Delta Kappan 97(6):60-64. [link]

Smith, T. M., Cannata, M., Cohen-Vogel, L., & Rutledge, S. A. (2016). Design and Implementation of High School Reform: Perspectives from Research and Practice. Teachers College Record (Yearbook) 118, Issue 13. [link]

Smith, T.M., Cannata, M., & Taylor Haynes, K. (2016). Reconciling Data from Different Sources: Practical Realities of Using Mixed Methods to Identify Effective High School Practices. Teachers College Record 118(7): 1-34. [link]