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Research Publications

Lanahan, L. “New Possibilities and Old Limitations of Political Art in The Wire,” in The Art of Social Critique: Painting Mirrors of Social Life, ed. Shawn Bingham (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, forthcoming 2011).

Lanahan, L., Princiotta, D., and Enyeart, C. (2006). “Instructional Focus in First Grade. Issue Brief.” U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

Lanahan, L., McGrath, D. J., McLaughlin, M., Burian-Fitzgerald, M., & Salganik, L. (2005). “Fundamental problems in the measurement of instructional processes: Estimating reasonable effect sizes and conceptualizing what is important to measure.” Washington, DC: American Institutes for Research.

McLaughlin, M., McGrath, D., Burian-Fitzgerald, M., Lanahan, L., Scotchmer, M., Enyeart, C., Salganik, L. (2005). “Student Content Engagement as a Construct for the Measurement of Effective Classroom Instruction and Teacher Knowledge.” Washington, DC: American Institutes for Research.

Lanahan, L. and Boysen, J. (2005). “Computer Technology in the Public School Classroom: Teacher Perspectives. Issue brief.” U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

Meyer, D., Princiotta, D., and Lanahan, L. (2004). “The summer after kindergarten: Children’s activities and library use by socioeconomic status. Issue brief.” U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

Lanahan, L. (2002). “Beyond school-level access: Support for instructional use of technology. Issue brief.” U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

Lanahan, L. (2000). “British Sociology,” “Ideal Type,” “Structure and Agency,” “Taking the Role of the Other,” “Validity.” In Palmisano, J. (ed.), World of Sociology. Gale Group: Farmington Hills, MI.

Smerdon, B., Cronen, S., Lanahan, L., Anderson, J., Iannotti, N., Angeles, J. (2000). Teachers’ tools for the 21st century: A report on teachers’ use of technology. U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

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July 24, 2011 at 11:53 am Leave a comment


NEWS
- A much prettier website with my journalistic highlights is at lawrencelanahan.com.
- Disappearing Ink released its first album, "There Is No Time and Nothing's Been," in December 2014. It's available on iTunes.
- After almost five years at WYPR, I'm back to freelancing. Editors can reach me at llanahan@gmail.com.
- The Art of Social Critique: Painting Mirrors of Social Life includes my chapter "New Possibilities and Old Limitations of Political Art in The Wire."
- You can still buy my 2004 self-titled EP.

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