School of Education
Faculty Publications and Awards: 2021-22
Books and Book Chapters
Davis, D.J. (Ed.). (2021). United we stand: The role of spirituality in engaging and healing communities. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
Davis, D.J. (2022). The journey of a black homeschooled, homeschooling, home education
An autoethnography. In K. Ali-Coleman & C. Fields-Smith (Eds.), Homeschooling black children in the U.S.: Theory, practice, and popular culture. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
Holmes, B. & Davis, D.J. (2022). A black mother’s view of education amidst the COVID
pandemic. In K. Fasching-Varner., C.E. Scott, S.M. Ladd, P.G. Schrader, S.T. Bickmore,
& M.C. Murray (Eds.), Corona chronicles 3.0.
DIO Press Inc.
Davis, D.J. (2021). Contemplative pedagogy and project-based learning: Tools for molding
the heart and the mind. In D. Davis (Ed.), United we stand: The role of spirituality
in engaging and healing communities (pp. 277-284). Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
James, J. T. (2021). Operational vitality: A sourcebook for practitioners (standard 10). Washington DC: National Catholic Educational Association.
Turk, J. M. (2022). The role of accessible colleges and universities in actualizing racial and ethnic equity in access and completion. In G. Crisp, K. R. McClure, & C. M. Orphan (Eds.), Unlocking opportunity: Broadly accessible four-year colleges and universities (pp.181- 198). Routledge.
Read chapter here.
Welborn, J., Casey, T., Myatt, K., & Lindsey, R. (2022). Leading change through the lens of cultural proficiency: An equitable approach to race and social class in our schools. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
Articles in Academic Journals
Anglum, J. C. (2021). When five shrinks to four: Assessing the four-day school week
in rural locales. Phi Delta Kappan, 103(4), 19– 23.
Anglum, J. C., & Park, A. (2021). Keeping up with the Joneses: District adoption of
the 4-day school week in rural Missouri. AERA Open, 7(1), 1– 23.
Anglum, J. C., & Rhinesmith, E. (2022). Red for Ed? Heterogeneous support for increased
school spending in a conservative state. Social Science Quarterly, 103(4), 845– 854.
Ash, J., Swanson, E., & Ritter, G. (2021). A promise kept? the impact of the El Dorado Promise Scholarship on Student Achievement. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 43(1), 83–107. https://doi.org/10.3102/0162373720970512
Buehler, J. (2021). “Suggestions for further exploration.” Back matter for new edition of The Great Gatsby. New York: Penguin Classics.
Buehler, J. (2021). Brendan Kiely’s The Other Talk: Reckoning with Our White Supremacy: Official publisher discussion guide. New York: Simon & Schuster.
James, J. T. (2021). Operational vitality provides an opportunity to engage a wider circle of people in the work of Catholic education. Momentum, Late Fall, 50– 52
James, J. T. (2021, February 11). The serious work for Catholic schools begins now.
James, J. T. (2021). PK-12 and Catholic higher education are inexorably linked! Momentum, Winter, 14– 17.
Pierce, K. M., & Gilles, C. (2021). Examining silenc(ing) in literature discussion
groups. Linguistics and Education.
Pierce, K. M., & Gilles, C. (2021). Talking about books: Scaffolding deep discussions.
The Reading Teacher, 74(4), 385– 393.
Shelton, A., Anglum, J. C., Rhinesmith, E., & Burrola, A. (2022). Who supports MO
school choice? Evidence from likely voters in Missouri. Education Policy Analysis
Archives, 30(81), 1– 30.
Swanson, E., Kopotic, K., Zamarro, G., Mills, J. N., Greene, J. P., & Ritter, G. W. (2021). An evaluation of the educational impact of college campus visits: A randomized experiment. AERA Open, 7(1), 1-18. 233285842198970. https://doi.org/10.1177/2332858421989707
Tichy, K. (2021). The microschool phenomenon. Momentum, Fall 21, 38-41.
Tichy, K. (2022). The past, present, and future of teaching and learning. Momentum, Winter
Turk, J. M., & Pearl, A. J. (2021). Improving developmental learning outcomes in
community colleges through service-learning. New Directions for Community Colleges, 2021(195), 91-106.
Commentary Pieces and Short Articles in Newsletters
Anglum, J. C. (2021, September 12). Let’s beat the heat and address systemic inequality by investing in the nation’s public school infrastructure. American Journal of Education Forum.
Anglum, J. C., & Rhinesmith, E. (2021, October 19). Where there’s a will there’s a way: Investing in Missouri’s public schools. Missouri Independent.
Anglum, J. C., Rhinesmith, E., Gontram J. S., Manion, A., Varkey, S. (2022, April 30). Anglum: A better case for boosting teacher compensation. St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Bohon, B.D., Munson, T., Davis, D.J., Bush-Munson, D., & Washington, E. (2022). Physics and community engagement: Promoting social justice with science. The Discipline and the African World 2022 Report: An Annual Report on the State of Affairs for Africana Communities, 202-204. National Council for Black Studies.
James, J. T. (2021, October 18). A child should not be ‘the mere creature of the state’. Wall Street Journal.
Rhinesmith, E. & Anglum, J. C. (2022, March 2). Do parents want schools to be able to teach about racism? Education Week.
Ritter, G. (2021, October 6). Ritter: Don't let critical race theory debate chill accurate teaching of U.S. history. St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Rohde-Collins, D., & Anglum, J. C. (2021, October 15). Why our shrinking city needs a temporary halt on opening new schools. St. Louis Business Journal.
Cameron Anglum, Ph.D., Christa Jackson, Ph.D., Takako Nomi, Ph.D., and Gary Ritter, Ph.D., were honored as SLU Research Institute Fellows (Fall 2022).
Jennifer Buehler, Ph.D., received the Undergraduate Faculty Excellence Award, Saint Louis University Student Government Association (May 2022).
Danielle Davis, Ph.D., received a 4.0 Schools Tiny Fellows Award, honoring leaders with early-stage ideas reimagining education (2022).
Karen Hall, Ed.D., received the Missouri Association of School Administrators Outstanding Emeritus Educator Award (2022).