Nianbo, N. & Maynard, R.: PowerUp!: A tool for calculating minimum detectable effect sizes and minimum required sample sizes for experimental and quasi-experimental design studies. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 6(1), 24-67. 2013.
Hawkinson, L. E., Griffen, A., Dong, N., & Maynard, R.:The relationship between child care subsidies and children’s cognitive development. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 28(2) 388-404. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecresq.2012.10.002. 2012.
Hoffman, S., & Maynard, R.: The study, the context, and findings in brief. Kids Having Kids: Economic Costs and Social Consequences of Teen Pregnancy. S. Hoffman & R. Maynard (eds.). Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press, Page: 1-24, 2008.
Maynard, R., & Hoffman, S.: The costs of adolescent childbearing. Kids Having Kids: Economic Costs and Social Consequences of Teen Pregnancy. S. Hoffman & R. Maynard (eds.). Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press, Page: 359-402, 2008.
Dong, N., Maynard, R., & Perez-Johnson, I.: Averaging effect sizes within and across studies of interventions aimed at improving child outcomes. Child Development Perspectives 2(3): 187-197, 2008.
Herman, R., Dawson, P., Dee, T., Greene, J., Maynard, R., Redding, S., & Dawson, M.: Turning Around Chronically Low-Performing Schools. IES Practice Guide. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education, 2008.
Amato, P., & Maynard, R.: Decreasing nonmarital births and increasing marriage to reduce poverty. The Future of Children. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 17(2), Fall 2007.
Herman, R., Boruch, R., Powel, R., & Mayard, R.: Overcoming the challenge: A response to Alan Schoenfeld’s “What Doesn’t Work" American Education Research Journal 2007.
Perez-Johnson, I., & Maynard, R.: The case for early targeted interventions to prevent academic failure. Peabody Journal of Education 82(4): 589-616, 2007.
Maynard, R., & Wilcox, B.: Conducting Field Experiments of Setting-level Policies and Practices. New York: William T. Grant Foundation Annual Report, 2007.
Maynard, R. : Presidential address: Evidence-based decision making: What will it take for the decision makers to care? Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 25(2): 1-17, 2006.