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Knight-Manuel, M. & Marciano, J.  (November, 2018).  Classroom cultures: Equitable schooling for racially diverse youth. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Knight, M. & Marciano, J. (2013). College Ready: Preparing Black and Latina/o youth for higher education – A culturally relevant approach. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

Marciano, J., Farver, S., Guenther, A., Wexler, L., Jansen, K. & Stanulis, R. (2019). Reflections from the room where it happens: Examining mentoring in the moment. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education.

Knight-Manuel, M., Marciano, J., Wilson, M., Jackson, I., Vernikoff, L., Zuckerman, K. & Watson, V. (2019). “It’s all possible”: Urban educators’ perspectives on creating a culturally relevant, school-wide, college-going culture for Black male students. Urban Education 54(1), 35-64, May 2016, doi: 10.1177/0042085916651320

Marciano, J. & Warren, C. (2018). Writing toward change across Youth Participatory Action Research. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. DOI: 10.1002/jaal.921

Warren, C. & Marciano, J. (2018). Activating student voice through Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR): Policy-making that strengthens urban education reform. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 31(8), 684-707.

Marciano, J. (2017). “We’re Friends, We Have to be in This Together”: Examining the Role of Culturally Relevant Peer Interactions in Urban Youth’s College Readiness and Access. The Urban Review. 49(1), 169-187.

Marciano, J. & Watson, V. W. M. (2017). “Now we need to write something that people will read”: Examining youth choices as perspectives of literacy research. eJournal of Public Affairs, 6(2), 60-85.

Marciano, J. (2015). Becoming Facebook friendly: Social media and the culturally relevant classroom. English Journal 104(5), 73-78.

Watson, V. W. M., & Marciano, J. (2015). Examining a social-participatory youth co-researcher methodology: A cross-case analysis extending possibilities of literacy and research. Literacy, 49(1), 37-44.