Scholarship by NEFA Members

Please follow the link below to check out some scholarship by our members.

Publication Spotlights

Coffin, S. V. (Ed.). (2021). Higher education's looming collapse: Using new ways of doing business and social justice to avoid bankruptcy. Rowman & Littlefield. 

Lyles, C. H., Adams, V., & Grote, D. (2021). A Human Resources Administration Document Analysis of the State of the States (2013–2019). Journal of Education Human Resources39(4), 479-498.

Maiden, J. (2019). An Analysis of the Potential Effects of Additional Discretionary Levies on the Fiscal Equity of Oklahoma Education Funding.

Allen, D. B. (2019). The Forgotten Brown Case: Briggs v. Elliott and Its Legacy in South CarolinaPeabody Journal of Education94(4), 442-467.

Buckman, D. G., & Jackson, T. E. (2021). Addressing the Gender Pay Gap: The Influence of Female and Male Dominant Disciplines on Gender Pay EquityJournal of Education Finance47(1), 71-91.

McMahon, W. W. (2021). The External Social Benefits of Higher Education: Theory, Evidence, and Policy Implications. journal of education finance46(4), 398-430.

Russo, C. J., Thro, W. E., & Osborne Jr, A. G. (2020). Reaffirming the First Freedom: The Implications of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue and Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru. Religion & Education47(4), 86-105.

Bruno, P. (2021). OPEB Accounting and Teacher Diversity. Journal of Education Human Resources39(2), 214-238.

Karcher, H., & Knight, D. S. (2021). Funding Structures and State Capacity for School Improvement under the Every Student Succeeds Act: Case Studies of Five States. Journal of Education Human Resources39(4), 397-429.

Tran, H., Aziz, M., & Reinhardt, S. F. (2021). Rage against the Machine: The Legacy of Education Leaders’ Valiant Struggle for Social Justice in Abbeville v. South CarolinaJournal of School Leadership31(3), 166-188.

Needham, C., & Houck, E. A. (2021). Allotting Inequity: Evaluating North Carolina’s Classroom Teacher Funding. Journal of Education Human Resources39(2), 184-213.

Martinez, D. G., Jiménez-Castellanos, O., & Begay, V. H. (2019). Understanding Navajo K–12 public school finance in Arizona through tribal critical theory. Teachers College Record, 121(5), 1-34.

Kiracofe, C., & Armagost, A. (2017). Political Question Doctrine in the Keystone State: A Legal Analysis of Pennsylvania School Funding in Light of William Penn School District v. Department of Education. West’s Education Law Reporter, 1-17.

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