Amanda E. Lewis & John B. Diamond. 2015. Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools. Oxford University Press.
James P. Spillane & John B. Diamond 2007. Distributed Leadership in e Practice. Teachers College Press
John B. Diamond & Linn Posey-Maddox (Eds.) (forthcoming) “The Changing Terrain of the Suburbs: Examining Race, Class, and Place in Suburban Schools and Communities.” Symposium Issue of Equity & Excellence in Education.
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Diamond, J. B.., Posey-Maddox, L., & Velazquez, M. (2020). Reframing suburbs: Race, place and opportunity in suburban educational spaces. Educational Researcher.
Diamond, J. B. and Anderson, K. (2021). School Safety for Whom? The Negative Consequences of School Policing and Punitive Discipline for Black Students. Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly. 8(1): 38-51.
Diamond, J. B., & Lewis, A. E. (in press). Opportunity hoarding and the maintenance of white educational space. American Behavioral Scientist.
John B. Diamond & Linn Posey-Maddox. (2020) “Symposium Introduction: The Changing Terrain of the Suburbs: Examining Race, Class, and Place in Suburban Schools and Communities. Equity & Excellence in Education.
Lac, Van, John B. Diamond, & Maria Velazquez. (2020) “‘The Onus is on Us’: How White Suburban Teachers Learn About Racial Inequities in Their Schools in a Critical Book Study.” Equity & Excellence in Education
Lac, Van & Diamond, John B. (2019) "Working for Racial Equity at the Margins: Teacher-Leaders Facilitate a Book Study on Race in a Predominantly White Suburban High School." Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.
Diamond, John B. (2019) On Unequal City, Wounded City, and Sociology in Chicago, Essay Review. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.
Diamond, John B. and Lewis, Amanda E. (2018) "Race and Discipline at a Racially Mixed High School: Status, Capital, and the Practice of Organizational Routines." forthcoming Urban Education
Diamond, John B. (2018) “Race and White Supremacy in the Sociology of Education: Shifting the Intellectual Gaze.” In J. Mehta & S. Davies (Eds.) Education in a New Society: Renewing the Sociology of Education. Chicago: University of Chicago
Harris, Douglas, Farmer-Hinton, Raquel, Kim, Debbie, Diamond, John B. et al. (2018). "The Promise of Free College and its Pitfalls." Brown Center on Educational Policy at Brookings Institution.
Diamond, John B. and James P. Spillane. (2016). "School Leadership & Management from a Distributed Perspective: A 2016 Retrospective and Prospective." Management in Education
Diamond, John B. & Amanda E. Lewis. (2015). Despite the Best Intentions: Making School Integration Work in Integrated Schools. Race and Poverty, 24:6.
Diamond, John B. (2015). Implementing the Common Core: How Individuals, Organizational Resources, and Instructional Practice Matter.
Lewis, Amanda, John B. Diamond, & Tyrone Forman. (2015). Conundrums of Integration: Desegregation in the context of Racial Hierarchy. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 1: 22 36.
Diamond, John B. & James P. Huguley (2014) "Testing the Oppositional Culture Explanation in Desegregated Suburban Schools: The Impact of Racial Differences in Achievement Orientations on Academic Performance" Social Forces. 93 (2): 747-777
Diamond, John, B. (2013). “Distributed Leadership: Examining Issues of Race, Power, and Inequality.” In L. C. Tillman & J. J. Scheurich Eds.)Handbook of Research on Educational Leadership for Equity and Diversity. New York: Routledge.
Diamond, John B. (2013). The Resource and Opportunity Gap: The Continued Significance of Race for African American Student Outcomes. In D. J. C. Andrews and F. Tuitt (Eds.). Contesting the Myth of a Post-Racial Era
Diamond, John B. (2012). “Accountability Policy, School Organization, and Classroom Practice: Partial Recoupling and Educational Opportunity.” Education and Urban Society 44(2): 151-182.
Diamond, John B. (2007). “Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Rethinking the Connection between High Stakes Accountability Policy and Classroom Instruction.” Sociology of Education, 80(4): 285-313. /uploads/6/5/0/7/65073833/_8_diamond2007.pdf