Annenberg Institute (2009). Building Partnerships to Reinvent School Culture: Austin
Interfaith. Annenberg Institute for School Reform: Brown University.
Baker, D. and Witt, P.A. (1996). Evaluation of the Impact of Two After-School
Programs. Journal of Park and Recreational Administration. 14(3).
Hatch, T. (1998) How Community Action Contributes to Achievement. Education
Leadership. 55 (8).
Moses, Robert; Perry, Theresa; Wynne, Joanne, Cortes Jr., Ernesto & Delpit, Lisa (2011). Quality Education as a Constitutional Right: Creating a Grassroots Movement to Transform Public Schools. Boston: Beacon Press.
Murnane, R.J. and Levy, F. (1996) Teaching the New Basic Skills: Principles for
Educating Children to Thrive in a Changing Economy. New York: The Free
Press. Chapter 4: The First Principle – Agree on the Problem.
Research for Action (2002). Strong Neighborhoods, Strong School: Austin Interfaith.
Indicators Project on Education Organizing. Cross City Campaign for Urban School Reform: Chicago, IL.
Shirley, Dennis (1997) Community Organizing for Urban School Reform. Austin, Texas:University of Texas Press.
Shirley, Dennis (2001) Valley Interfaith and School Reform: Organizing for Power in
South Texas. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.
Thomas, Gary and Hiatt-Michael, Diana, editors (2001). Promising Practices for Family Involvement in Schools. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.