Fantuzzo, J., & Culhane, D. (2015). Actionable intelligence: Using integrated data systems to achieve more effective and efficient government. New York: Palgrave/MacMillian.
Fantuzzo, J., LeBoeuf, W., & Rouse, H. (2014). An investigation of the relations between school concentrations of student risk factors and student educational well-being. Educational Researcher 43(1), 25-36.
McDermott, P., Rikoon, S. & Fantuzzo, J. (2014). Tracing children’s approaches to learning through Head Start, kindergarten, and first grade: Different pathways to different outcomes. Journal of Educational Psychology,106(1), 200-213.
Fantuzzo, J., Gadsden, V., Li, F., Sproul, F., McDermott, P., Hightower, D., & Minney, A. (2013). Multiple dimensions of family engagement in early childhood education: Evidence for a short form of the Family Involvement Questionnaire. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 28, 734-742.
Fantuzzo, J., LeBoeuf, W., Brumley, B., & Perlman, S. (2013). A population-based inquiry of homeless episode characteristics and early educational well-being. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, 966-972.
Fantuzzo, J., LeBoeuf, W., Chen, C., Rouse, H. L., Culhane, D. P. (2012). The unique and combined effects of homelessness and school mobility on the educational outcomes of young children. Educational Researcher [Invited Special Issue], 41, 393-402.
Fantuzzo, J., LeBoeuf, W., Rouse, H., & Chen, C. (2012). Academic achievement of African American boys: A city-wide, community-based investigation of risk and resilience, [Commissioned article]. Journal of School Psychology, 50, 559-579.
Fantuzzo, J., Gadsden, V., & McDermott, P. (2011). An integrated curriculum to improve mathematics, language, and literacy for Head Start children. American Educational Research Journal, 48, 763-793.
Fantuzzo, J., Perlman, S. , & Dobbins, E. (2011). Types and timing of child maltreatment and early school success: A population-based investigation. Children and Youth Services Review, [Special issue on the maltreatment of young children], 33, 1404-1411.
McDermott, P., Fantuzzo, J., Warley, H., Waterman, C., Angelo, L. , Gadsden, V., & Sekino, Y. (2011), Multidimensionality of teachers’ graded responses for preschoolers’ stylistic learning behavior: the learning-to-learn scales.” Educational and Psychological Measurement, 71, 148-169.
Perlman, S., & Fantuzzo, J. (2010). Timing and influence of early experiences of child maltreatment and homelessness on children’s educational well-being. Children and Youth Services Review, 32, 874-883.
Bulotsky-Shearer, R., & Fantuzzo, J. (2010). Unique relationships between behavior problems in classroom learning situations and literacy and mathematics achievement for head start children. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 32, 180-191.
LeBoeuf, W., Fantuzzo, J., & Lopez, M. (2010). Measurement and population miss-fits: a case study on the importance of using appropriate measures to evaluate early childhood interventions. Applied Developmental Science, 14, 45-53.