Publications

Articles by Current and Former SDP Faculty

The following are articles by researchers affiliated with the School Developement Program.

  • Comer, J.P. & Emmons, C. (2006). The research program of the Yale Child Study Center School Development Program. Journal of Negro Education, 75 (3), 353-372.
  • Comer, J.P. and Haynes, N.M. (1996) School Consultation: A Psychosocial Perspective. In A.J. Solnit, D.J. Cohen, and J.E. Schowalter (Eds.). Psychiatry. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott.
  • Comer, J.P. and Haynes, N.M. (1996) Improving Psychoeducational Outcomes for African-American Children. In Melvin Lewis (Ed.). Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Baltimore, Maryland: Williams & Wilkins.
  • Comer, J. P. (1992-93). Educational accountability: A shared responsibility between parents and schools. Stanford Law & Policy Review, 113-122.
  • Comer, J. P. (1993). All children can learn: A developmental approach. Holistic Education Review, 6 (1), 4-9.
  • Comer, J. P. (1992). Opening the door to learning. Agenda: America's Schools for the 21st Century, Scholastic, Inc., 26-28.
  • Comer, J. P. (1992). Child development: An organizing theme for school improvement. Social Policy, 28-30.
  • Comer, J. P. (1991). Parent participation: Fad or function?. Educational Horizons, 69 (4).
  • Comer, J. P. & Haynes, N. M. (1991). Parent involvement in schools: An ecological approach. The Elementary School Journal, 91 (3), 271-277.
  • Comer, J. P. (1990). Recreating our school communities for youth: the Comer School Development Program. Partnership: A Journal for Leaders in Education, 15(1).
  • Emmons, C. & Baskerville, R. (2005). Maintaining excellence while managing transitions: Norman S.  Weir revisited. Journal of the Education of Students Placed at Risk, 10 (2), 199-206.
  • Emmons, Christine L.; Ofimba, Maloke O.; Hagopian, Gloria. . (1998).   A school transformed:  The case of Norman S. Weir. Journal of the Education of Students Placed at Risk, 3 (1), 39-51.
  • Emmons, Christine L., Haynes, Norris M., Owen, Steven V., Bility, Khalipha, and Comer, James P. (1995). Self-Concept as a Mediator of School Climate Effects. In School Development Program Research Monograph, edited by Norris M. Haynes.
  • Haynes, N.M. guest editor (1998) Changing Schools for Changing Times: The Comer School Development Program. A special issue of the Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk. 3 (1)
  • Haynes, N. M. (1998). Creating Safe and Caring School Communities: Comer School Development Program Schools. Journal of Negro Education. 65 (3).
  • Haynes, N.M.; Emmons, C.; Ben-Avie, M. (1997). School climate as a factor in student adjustment and achievement. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 8(3), 321-329.
  • Haynes, N.M. & Comer, J.P. (1996). Integrating schools families and communities through successful school reform. School Psychology Review, 25 (4).
  • Haynes, Norris M., Maholmes, Valerie, Emmons, Christine, Gebreyesus, Sara. (1995) An Examination of the Psychosocial and School Achievement Characteristics Among SDP and Non-SDP Middle School Students. In School Development Program Research Monograph, edited by Norris M. Haynes, ERIC Document No. ED 371 091, pp. 246-270.
  • Haynes, N. M., Comer, J. P. and Roberts, V. (1993). A developmental and systems approach to mental health in schools. Educational Horizons, 71, (4), 181-186.
  • Haynes, N. and Comer, J. P. (1993). The Yale School Development Program: Process, outcomes, and policy implications. Urban Education, 28 (2), 166-199.
  • Haynes, N. M.; Emmons, C.; Woodruff, D. W.  (1998). School Development Program effects: Linking implementation to outcomes. Journal of the Education of Students Placed at Risk, 3 (1), 321-329.
  • Haynes, Norris M.; Emmons, Christine; Ben-Avie, Michael.  School climate as a factor in student adjustment and achievement. (1997). Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, Vol. 8, No. 3, 321-329.
  • Haynes, N. & Comer, J. P. (1990). The effects of a School Development Program on self-concept. The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 63 (4).
  • Maholmes, Valerie, Haynes, Norris M., Bility, Khalipha, Emmons, Christine, and Comer, James P. (1995) Teachers Attributions for Student Performance: The Effects of Race, Experience, and School Context. In School Development Program Research Monograph, edited by Norris M. Haynes, ERIC Document No. ED 371 091, pp. 117-145.