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Expanding Opportunities Comprehensive Strategies for Improving Education

Jeffrey Henig, Carolyn Riehl, Michael Rebell and Jessica Woff (2016), Collective Impact and the New Generation of Cross-Sector Collaborations for Education: A Nationwide Scan.

Jeffrey Henig, Carolyn Riehl, Michael Rebell and Jessica Wolff (2015), Putting Collective Impact Into Context: A Review of the Literature on Local Cross-Sector Collaboration to Improve Education.

Rebell, M.A.(2015). Supporting Learning through Better Health: A Strategy to Ensure Adequate and Stable Funding for School-Based Health Centers in New York State.

Rebell, M.A., Wolff, J.R., Holcomb, B., & Kolben N. (2013). Making Prekindergarten Truly Universal in New York‌. Center for Children's Initiatives and the Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity).

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Rebell, M. A. (2011). Providing Comprehensive Educational Opportunity to Low-Income Students: A Legal Teachers College, Columbia University.

Rothstein, R., Wilder, T., & Allgood, W. (2011). Providing Comprehensive Educational Opportunity to Low-Income Students: How Much‌ Does It Cost? New York, NY: Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity). Teachers College, Columbia University.

Belfield, C., & Garcia, E. (2011). Providing Comprehensive Educational Opportunity to Low-Income Students: How Much Does New York City Now Spend on Children's Services? New York, NY: Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity). Teachers College, Columbia University.

Belfield, C., Hollands, F., & Levin, H. (2011). Providing Comprehensive Educational Opportunity to Low-Income Students: What Are the Social and Economic Returns? New York, NY: Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity). Teachers College, Columbia University.

Rebell, M.S. & Wolff, J.R. (2011). A Proposal for Essential Standards and Resources: A Report on the Task Force on Comprehensive Educational Opportunity. New York, NY: Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity). Teachers College, Columbia University.

Basch, C.E. (2010). Healthier Students Are Better Learners: A Missing Link in Efforts to Close the Achievement Gap. Equity Matters: Research Review No. 6. New York: Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity).

Kagan, Sharon L. (2009). American Early Childhood: Preventing or Perpetuating Inequity?. Equity Matters: Research Review No. 3. New York: Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity).

Gardner, M., Roth, Jodie L., Brooks-Gunn, J. (2009). Can after-school programs help level the playing field for disadvantaged youth? Equity Matters: Research Review No. 4. New York: The Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity).

Weiss, H.B, Bouffard, S.M., Bridgall, B.L., Gordon, E.W. (2009). Reframing Family Involvement in Education: Supporting Families to Support Educational Equity. Equity Matters: Research Review No. 5. New York: The Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity).