Over the years the staff of PCG Education has authored many case studies, books and journal articles. Below is an archive of those materials.
Meltzer, J., & Jackson, D. (Eds.). (2011). Thinkquiry Toolkit 1: Strategies to improve reading comprehension and vocabulary development across the content areas. Portsmouth, NH: Public Consulting Group. http://www.thinkquiry.com
Meltzer, J., & Jackson, D. (2010). Guidelines for developing an effective district literacy action plan (Version 1.1). Malden MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Public Consulting Group.
A concise glossary of terms with defintions related to RtI.
Judith Irvin, Nancy Dean, and Martha Jan Mickler. (in press). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
Susan Ziemba and Peter Gagnon. (2009, February). Techniques, 84(2), pp.8–9, Journal of the Association for Career and Technical Education's (ACTE).
David Ronka, Mary Ann Lachat, and Rachel Slaughter. (2008, December/January 2009). Educational Leadership, 66(4), 18–24.
Judith Irvin, Martha Jan Mickler, and Nancy Dean. (2008). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
Rachel Slaughter. (2008, October) NERA Conference Proceedings, Paper 20.
(2008, September). In perspective magazine, Ohio Resource Center.
Judith L. Irvin, Julie Meltzer, and Melinda Dukes. (2007). Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).
(2007). In Adolescent Literacy Leadership Forum: Leading for Literacy: A Compendium of Best Practices for Successful Leadership in Adolescent Literacy (pp. 6–9). A Project of the Ohio Resource Center and the Ohio Department of Education.
David P. Ronka. (2007). In K. P. Boudett and J. L. Steele (Eds.), Data Wise in Action: Stories of Schools Using Data to Improve Teaching and Learning (chapter 1, pp. 11–28). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
The Power of Collaborative Program Evaluation
Making a Difference in Student Achievement Using the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts: What School and District Leaders Need to Know
District Data Teams: A Leadership Structure for Improving Student Achievement
A Practical Framework for Building a Data-Driven District or School: How a Focus on Data Quality, Capacity, and Culture Supports Data-Driven Action to Improve Student Outcomes
Real World Case Studies: Best Practicves and Key Considerations for Adopting Google for Education
Practical Ideas and Promising Practices for Effective District Response to Instruction/Intervention (RtI) Initiatives: Data Use Issues to Consider
Using Data From Special Education Management Systems to Make Districtwide Instructional Improvements
Rigorous Reading and Writing Istructions for All