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Santiago, E., Yanosy, S., Ferrara, J., & Harrison, L. (2016). The sanctuary classroom companion planner. Sanctuary Institute, Yonkers, NY: Author.

Wepner, S., B., & the Changing Suburbs Institute (2012).  Changing suburbs, changing students: Helping school leaders face the challenges.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press

Caldas, S., Gómez, D. W., & Ferrara, J. (2020). Impact of a full service community school on student achievement. In M. G. Sanders & C. L. Galindo (Eds.).  Review on the success of full-service community schools in the US: Challenges and opportunities for students, teachers, and communities (pp.7-30). New York: Routledge.

Deacon, M., Ferrara, J., Mills, T., Hewitt, C. (2019). Freedom to lead: Building school leadership capacity in the United Kingdom. In V. Storey (Ed), Leading in change:Implications of school diversificationfor school leadership preparation in England and the United States. (pp.79-92). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Ferrara, J., & Gómez, D. W. (2019). Re-imagining teacher preparation: The role of community schools. In J. Ferrara & R. Jacobson (Eds.).  Community schools: People and places transforming education and communities (pp. 57-69). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Ferrara, J. & Gomez, D. (2014).  Negotiating the expanded roles of PDS liaisons in full-service community schools.  In J. Ferrara & J. Nath  &  I. Guadarrama,  (Eds.), Creating visions for  university-school partnerships, professional development schools research, volume 5 (pp.317-326). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Gómez, D. W., Ferrara, J., Santiago, E., Fanelli, F., & Taylor, R.  (2012). Full-service community schools: A district’s commitment to educating the whole child.  In A. Honigsfeld & A. Cohan (Eds.), Breaking the mold of education for culturally and linguistically diverse students: Innovative and successful practices for the 21st century (pp. 65-73). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Education. 

Ferrara, J. & Santiago, E. (2011).   Helping preservice teachers support the needs of the “whole child” in a PDS. In I. Guadarrama, J. Ramsey, & J. Nath (Eds.), Investigating university-school partnerships, Professional Development Schools Research, Volume 4. (pp. 373-378). Charlotte, NC : InformationAge.  

Ferrara, J., Santiago, E., & Siry, C. (2008).   Preparing teachers to serve diverse learners: A PDS /full-service community school model. In I. Guadarrama, J. Ramsey, & J. Nath (Eds.), Professional Development Schools research, Volume 3. Greenwich, Connecticut: InformationAge Publishing, 151-161.

Siry, C., Ferrara, J., & Lang, D. (2014) Preparing preservice teachers in a PDS context: Insights into field-based methods courses. In   J. Ferrara, J. Nath, &  I. Guadarrama  (Eds.), Creating visions for  university-school partnerships, professional development schools research, volume 5 (pp.179-192). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

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