JOHN B. DIAMOND
Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools
. New York: Oxford University Press,
Winner of the Eduardo Bonilla-Silva Book Award from the Society for the Study of Social Problems Division on Race and Ethnic Minorities.
Distributed Leadership in Practice
. New York: Teachers College Press, 2007
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Diamond, John B. (2018). “Race and White Supremacy in the Sociology of Education: Shifting the Intellectual Gaze.” In S. Davies & J. Mehta (Eds.) Education in a New Society: Renewing the Sociology of Education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Diamond, John B. and James P. Spillane. (2016). "School Leadership & Management from a Distributed Perspective:
2016 Retrospective and Prospective."
Management in Education
Diamond, John B. and Lewis, Amanda E. "
Race and Discipline at a Racially Mixed High School: Status, Capital, and the Practice of Organizational Routines." Revision Under Review.
Diamond, John B. & Amanda E. Lewis. (2015). Despite the Best Intentions: Making School Integration Work in Integrated Schools.
Race and Poverty,
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"
. 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
Diamond, John B. & Kristy Cooper. (2007). “The Uses of Evidence in Urban Elementary Schools: Some Lessons from Chicago.”
Diamond, John B. & Kimberly Gomez. (2004). "African American Parents’ Orientations toward Schools: The Implications of Social Class and Parents’ Perceptions of Schools.” Education and Urban Society, 36(4): 383-427.
Diamond, John B. & James P. Spillane. (2004). "High Stakes Accountability in Urban Elementary Schools: Challenging or Reproducing Inequality?"
Teachers College Record
Diamond, John B., Antonia Randolph, & James P. Spillane. (2004). "Teachers’ Expectations and Sense of Responsibility for Student Learning: The Implications of School Race, Class, and Organizational Habitus."
Anthropology and Education Quarterly
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