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Mehan, H., Villanueva, I., Hubbard, L., & Lintz, A. (1996). Constructing school success: The consequences of untracking low achieving students. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hubbard, L. & Hands, C. (2011). The Role of Leadership in Forging School Community Relationships. In: Hands, C. & Hubbard, L. (Eds). Including Families and Communities in Urban Education. Information Age Publishing.
Hubbard, L. (2010). Research to Practice: The Case of Boston Public Schools, Education Matters and Boston Plan for Excellence. In C. Coburn & M.K. Stein (Eds), Research and practice in education: Building alliances, bridging the divide. Landham, MD. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Stein, M.K., Hubbard, L. and Toure, J. (2010). Travel of District-Wide Approaches to Building Instructional Capacity: How Can Districts Learn from One Another? (Eds.) In Fullan, M., Hargreaves, A. and Lieberman, A. 2nd International Handbook of Educational Change.
Mehan, H., Hubbard, L., Datnow, A. (2010). Institutional Perspectives on Organizational Change and Educational Reform. Learning Research as a Human Science, William Penuel and Kevin O'Conner (Eds.) New York: Teachers College Press.
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Mehan, H., Datnow, A., & Hubbard. L. (2003). Why educational reforms sustain or fail: Lessons for educational leaders. In B. Davies & J. West-Burnham (Eds.), Handbook of educational leadership and management. London: Pearson Education Limited.
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Mehan, H. & Hubbard, L. (1994). Untracking high school students in preparation for college: Implications for Latino students. In A. Hurtado & E. E. Garcia (Eds.), The educational achievement of Latinos: Barriers and successes. Santa Cruz, CA: Regents of the University of California.
Hubbard, L. (2012). New Zealand Educators’ Reflections on Implementing National Standards. Education Today. Issue 1.
Hubbard, L. & Kulkarni, R. (2009). Charter Schools: Learning from the Past, Planning for the Future. Journal of Educational Change. 10,173-189.
Hubbard, L. & Spencer, J. (2009). Achieving Equity: More than tinkering at school structure. Perspectives in Education, Special Issue.
Mehan, H., Hubbard, L., & Stein, M.K. (2006). When Reforms Travel: The Sequel. Journal of Educational Change.
Hubbard, L. (2005). Academic achievement: Taking ethnicity, class and gender into account. International Qualitative Research Journal, 18(5), 605-623.
Hubbard, L., & Datnow, A., (2005). Do single-sex schools address the needs of low income and minority students?: An investigation of organizational, financial and social factors. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 38(2), 115-131.
Stein, M.K., Hubbard, L., & Mehan, H. (2004). Reform ideas that travel far afield: The two cultures of reform in District #2 and San Diego. Journal of Educational Change, 5(2), 161-197.
Mehan, H., Hubbard, L., & Datnow, A. (2003) Peter Hall’s Contributions to Public Policy Research. Studies in Symbolic Interaction 26: 31-50.
Datnow, A., Hubbard, L., & Conchas, G. (2001). How context mediates policy: The implementation of single gender public schooling in California. Teachers College Record, 103(2), 184-206.
Hubbard, L., & Datnow A. (2000). A gendered look at educational reform. Gender and Education, 12(1), 115-130.
Hubbard, L., & Mehan, H. (1999). Race and reform: Educational niche picking in a hostile environment. Journal of Negro Education. 68(2), 213-226.
Hubbard, L. (1999). College aspirations among low-income African American high school students: Gendered strategies for success. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 30(3), 363-383.
Hubbard, L., & Mehan, H. (1999). Scaling up an untracking program: A co-constructed process. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 4(1), 83-100.
Hubbard, L., & Ottoson, J. (1997). When a bottom-up innovation meets itself as a top-down policy: The AVID untracking program. Science Communications, 19(1).
Mehan, H., & Hubbard, L. (1994). Forming academic identities: Accommodation without assimilation among involuntary minorities. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 25(2): 91-113.