PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
*Denotes graduate student co-author
Curran, F.C. & Kitchin, J. (2018). Estimating the relationship between corporal punishment use and school suspensions: Longitudinal evidence from the Civil Rights Data Collection. Peabody Journal of Education, 14(3), Online First. Download Article
Curran, F.C. & Kellogg, A.* (2018). Sense-making of federal education policy: Social network analysis of social media discourse around the Every Student Succeeds Act. Journal of School Leadership, 27(5), 622-651.
Engel, M., Cannata, M., Curran, F.C. (2017). Principal influence in teacher hiring: Documenting decentralization over time. Journal of Educational Administration. Online First. Download Article
Curran, F.C. (2017). Influence over school discipline policy: Variation across levels of governance, school contexts, and time. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 25(119), 1-30. Download Article
Curran, F.C. (2017). Estimating the relationship between preschool attendance and kindergarten science achievement: Implications for early science achievement gaps. Education Finance and Policy. Online First. Download Article
Curran, F.C., Viano, S., & Fisher, B.W. (2017). Teacher victimization, turnover, and contextual factors promoting resilience. Journal of School Violence. Online First. Download Article
Curran, F.C. (2017). Income-based disparities in early elementary school science achievement. Elementary School Journal. 118(2), 207-231. Download Article
Fisher, B., Viano, S.*, Curran, F.C., Pearman, A.*, Gardella, J.* (2017). Students’ feelings of safety, exposure to violence and victimization, and authoritative school climate. American Journal of Criminal Justice. Download Article
Curran, F.C. (2017). The law, policy, and portrayal of zero tolerance school discipline: Examining prevalence and characteristics across levels of governance and school districts. Educational Policy. Download Article.
Curran, F.C. (2017). Teach for America Placement and Teacher Vacancies: Evidence from the Mississippi Delta. Teachers College Record, 119(2), 1-24. Download manuscript.
Little, M.*, Cohen-Vogel, L., Curran, F.C. (2016). Facilitating the Transition to Kindergarten: What ECLS-K Data Tell Us about School Practices Then and Now. AERA Open. Download Article.
Curran, F.C. & Kellogg, A*. (2016). Understanding science achievement gaps by race/ethnicity and gender in kindergarten and first grade. Educational Researcher. Download Article.
Curran, F.C. (2016). The state of abstracts in educational research. AERA Open. Download Article
Curran, F.C. (2016). Estimating the effect of state zero tolerance laws on exclusionary discipline, racial discipline gaps, and student behavior. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. Download Article
Engel, M. & Curran, F.C. (2016). Toward understanding principals’ hiring practices. Journal of Educational Administration. Download Article
Curran, F. C. (2015). Expanding downward: Innovation, diffusion, and state policy adoptions of universal preschool. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 23(36). Download article.
Claessens, A., Engel, M., Curran, F.C. (2015). The effects of maternal depression on child outcomes during the first years of formal schooling. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 32(3), 80-93. Download article.
Claessens, A., Engel, M., & Curran, F.C. (2014). Academic content, student learning, and the persistence of preschool effects. American Educational Research Journal, 51(2), 403-434. Download article.
Engel, M., Jacob, B., Curran, F.C. (2014). New evidence on teacher labor supply. American Educational Research Journal, 51(1), 36-72. Download article.
Darko, A.K., Curran, F.C., Copin, C., McElwee-White, L. (2011). Carbonylation of functionalized diamine diols to cyclic ureas: application to derivatives of DMP 450. Tetrahedron, 67(22), 3976-3983.
Fisher, B.W., Curran, F.C., Pearman, A., & Gardella, J. (Forthcoming). School practices and policies associated with gang presence in schools. In H. Shapiro (Ed.), Handbook of Violence in Education. Wiley.
Curran, F.C. (2016). Racial Disproportionalities in Discipline: The Role of Zero Tolerance Policies. In G. Crews (Ed.), Critical Examinations of School Violence and Disturbance in K-12 Education. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Global.
POLICY BRIEFS AND REPORTS
Curran, F.C. (2016). The disadvantages of “zero tolerance” laws that mandate exclusionary school discipline. Key Findings Policy Brief. Scholars Strategy Network. www.scholarsstrategynetwork.org
Curran, F.C. (2016). Reducing racial disparities in school discipline requires more than eliminating “zero tolerance” policies. Key Findings Policy Brief. Scholars Strategy Network. Harvard University. www.scholarsstrategynetwork.org
Removing Labels: The Relationship between EBD Label De-identification and Student Outcomes (with Aydin Bal and Peter Goff)