REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Wright, J., Khalifa, M., & Whitaker, R.W. (Accepted for Publication). The Color of Neoliberal Reform: A Critical Race Policy Analysis of School District Takeovers in Michigan. Journal of Urban Education.
Whitaker, R.W., Mathis, P., Nelson, S., Roebuck-Sakho, J., Olson, A., Militello, M., & McCown, R. (In Progress). Community Contributions
to School Success
REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS
Whitaker, R.W., Campbell, A., & Gates, Z. (Book Chapter Proposal Accepted). Culturally Relevant and Meeting Academic Standards at the Same Time: Teaching Math to African American Students as a Matter of Social Justice! In S.T. Brand and L.Ciccomascolo (Eds.) Social Justice and Putting Theory Into Practice in Schools and Communities.Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global.
Whitaker, R.W., & Hilton, A.A. (2018). All eyes on me: Culturally responsive approaches to engaging revenue playing Black male student athletes who attend PWIs. In T. Ransaw, C.P. Gause and R. Major (Eds.), The handbook of research on Black males. East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press. Handbook available at: http://msupress.org/books/book/?id=50-1D0-44D8#.W3SGT-hKiM8
Whitaker, R.W., Campbell, A., & Ianellie, J. (2018). Dealing with the Elephant in the Classroom: Reflections from a Graduate Course that argues that Race Still Matters in Service Learning! In M. Sulentic-Dowell and T. Meidl (Eds.) Service Learning Initiatives in Teacher Education Programs. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global. Handbook available at: https://www.igi-global.com/book/handbook-research-service-learning-initiatives/182364
Shako, J.R., Whitaker, R.W., & Hopson, R. Interest convergence and the challenges Facing urban educational school leaders in the 21st Century. In M.A. Khaliah, C.G. Overton & N.W. Arnold (Eds.) Handbook of Urban School Leadership. NewYork: Roman & Littlefield. Handbook Available at: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442220850/Handbook-of-Urban-Educational-Leadership
Whitaker, R.W., Conway, T., Bryde, B., & Ritter, M. (Under Review). Green Light, Yellow Light, Red Light: A Case Study That Explores Should the PDS Partnership Proceed, Slow Down, or Stop? In E. Garin and R. Burns (Eds.) The NAPDS Nine Essentials in Action: Cases of Professional Development Schools. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global.
NON-REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Hilton, A.A., & Whitaker, R.W. (July 30, 2018). Is the Black Man the Bogeyman in the Ivory Tower? Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at http://diverseeducation.com/article/120822/
Whitaker, R.W. (February 13, 2018). Memo to Black Academics: Fight Rather Than Seek Fame. Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at http://diverseeducation.com/article/110177/
Whitaker, R.W., & Hilton, A.A. (March 15, 2017). Let’s also be mad, and not solely mesmerized by March 27 madness. Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at http://diverseeducation.com/article/93772/
Whitaker, R.W., & Hilton, A.A. (December 5, 2016). Viewing Black male students as princes, not problems. Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at http://diverseeducation.com/article/89981/
Whitaker, R.W. (September 13, 2018). What the Life and Music of Tupac Shakur Still Signifies to Black Males, 22 Years After His Murder. Medium, available online at: https://medium.com/@drrwwii/what-the-life-and-music-of-tupac-shakur-still-signifies-to-black-males-22-years-after-his-murder-52a1365d26c3
Professional Doctorate in Educational Leadership (ProDEL). (2012). Guide for problem of practice report (DP-2.2-Fa12). Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA: Author.