Emily M. Hodge
Emily M. Hodge
Associate Professor, Montclair State University
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A “common” vision of instruction? An analysis of English/language arts professional development materials related to the Common Core State Standards
EM Hodge, SL Benko
English Teaching: Practice and Critique 13 (1), 169–196, 2014
Education research and the shifting landscape of the American school district, 1816 to 2016
DA Gamson, EM Hodge
Review of Research in Education 40 (1), 216–249, 2016
“Common” instruction? Logics of ability and teacher decision making across tracks in the era of common standards
EM Hodge
American Educational Research Journal 56 (3), 638–675, 2019
Tracking and the future of career and technical education: How efforts to connect school and work can avoid the past mistakes of vocational education
E Hodge, S Dougherty, C Burris
(Un)commonly connected: A social network analysis of state standards resources for English/language arts
EM Hodge, SJ Salloum, SL Benko
AERA Open 2 (4), 1–19, 2016
The changing ecology of the curriculum marketplace in the era of the Common Core State Standards
EM Hodge, SJ Salloum, SL Benko
Journal of Educational Change, 1-22, 2019
The challenge of providing high-quality feedback online: Building a culture of continuous improvement in an online course for adult learners
E Hodge, S Chenelle
Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy 28 (2 …, 2018
Lessons from the past, model for the future: A return to promoting integration through a reauthorized ESEA
E Hodge, K Taylor, E Frankenberg
EDUC. L. & POL’Y REV. 3, 58–89, 2016
Tracing states’ messages about Common Core instruction: An analysis of English/language arts and close reading resources
EM Hodge, SL Benko, SJ Salloum
Teachers College Record 122 (3), 2020
School desegregation and federal inducement: Lessons from the Emergency School Aid Act of 1972
EM Hodge
Educational Policy 32 (1), 86–116, 2018
The shifting landscape of the American school district: Race, class, geography, and the perpetual reform of local control, 1935–2015
DA Gamson, EM Hodge
Power, brokers, and agendas: New directions for the use of social network analysis in education policy
E Hodge, J Childs, W Au
Education Policy Analysis Archives 28, 117-117, 2020
How to respond to community concerns about critical race theory
EM Hodge, FA López, JM Rosenberg
Phi Delta Kappan 104 (3), 48-53, 2022
Accountability, alignment, and coherence: How educators made sense of complex policy environments in the Common Core era
EM Hodge, EL Stosich
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 01623737221079650, 2022
Conceptions of equity in Common Core policy messages in a metropolitan district
EM Hodge
The Educational Forum 85 (1), 89-106, 2020
Policy into practice: Understanding state writing resources
SL Benko, EM Hodge, SJ Salloum
Journal of Literacy Research 52 (2), 136-157, 2020
State educational agencies in an uncertain environment: Understanding state provided networks of English Language Arts curricular resources
SJ Salloum, EM Hodge, SL Benko
education policy analysis archives 28, 125, 2020
Beyond fact-checking: An examination of research use in the appendix to the Common Core State Standards
EM Hodge, R Gabriel, S Chenelle
The Elementary School Journal 121 (1), 000-000, 2020
District consolidation, detracking, and school choice: Lessons from the Woodland Hills School District in Western Pennsylvania
EM Hodge
The Shifting Landscape of the American School District: Race, Class …, 2018
“We don’t teach Critical Race Theory here”: A sentiment analysis of K-12 school and district social media statements
EM Hodge, JM Rosenberg, FA López
Peabody Journal of Education, 1-15, 2023
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