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Maynard, R. (2014, January). Policy should focus on better contraception, not more marriage [Social Mobility Memos web blog]. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution. http://www.brookings.edu/blogs/social-mobility-memos/posts/2014/01/22-focus-on-better-contraception-not-more-marriage.
Nianbo, N., & Maynard, R. (2013). 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.
Hawkinson, L. E., Griffen, A., Dong, N., & Maynard, R. (2012). The relationship between child care subsidies and children’s cognitive development. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 28(2), 388–404. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecresq.2012.10.002.
Hoffman, S., & Maynard, R. (2008). The study, the context, and findings in brief. In S. Hoffman & R. Maynard (Eds.), Kids having kids: Economic costs and social consequences of teen pregnancy (pp. 1–24). Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press.
Maynard, R., & Hoffman, S. (2008). The costs of adolescent childbearing. In S. Hoffman & R. Maynard (Eds.), Kids having kids: Economic costs and social consequences of teen pregnancy (pp. 359–402). Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press.
Dong, N., Maynard, R., & Perez-Johnson, I. (2008). Averaging effect sizes within and across studies of interventions aimed at improving child outcomes. Child Development Perspectives, 2(3), 187–197.
Herman, R., Dawson, P., Dee, T., Greene, J., Maynard, R., Redding, S., & Dawson, M. (2008). Turning around chronically low-performing schools: A Practice guide (NCEE #2008-4020). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education.
Amato, P., & Maynard, R. (Fall 2007). Decreasing nonmarital births and increasing marriage to reduce poverty. The Future of Children, 17(2), 117–141. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.
Herman, R., Boruch, R., Powel, R., & Maynard, R. (2007). Overcoming the challenge: A response to Alan Schoenfeld’s “What Doesn’t Work." American Education Research Journal, 35(2), 22–23.
Perez-Johnson, I., & Maynard, R. (2007). The case for early targeted interventions to prevent academic failure. Peabody Journal of Education, 82(4), 589–616.
Maynard, R., & Wilcox, B. (2007). Conducting field experiments of setting-level policies and practices. New York: William T. Grant Foundation Annual Report.
Maynard, R. (2006). 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.