Margaret D. LeCompte, PhD
LeCompte, M.D., Seymour, M. and Davidson, Kristen (Eds). (2010). School and Society: A Reader in the Social Foundations of Education. Ames, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt Publishers. 480 pages.
LeCompte, M.D. and Bonetti, Ken C. (2010, Forthcoming July). Notes from Ground Zero: Budgetary Crises and Academic Freedom at the University of Colorado. Theory In Action, V3, N3.10 pages. Fairlawn, NJ: Transformative Studies Institute.
LeCompte, M.D. (2008). Trends in research on teaching and teachers: An historical and critical overview. In Saha, L., and Dworkin, A.G. (eds.). The international handbook of research on teachers and teaching. UK: Oxford, Ltd., Elsevier.
Aguilera, D. and LeCompte, M.D. (2008). Restore My Language and Treat Me Justly: Indigenous Students’ Rights to Their Tribal Languages. In Katz, L. (ed.) Affirming Students' Right to their own language: Bridging Educational Policies and Literacy/Language Arts Teaching Practice. NY: Lawrence Erlbaum.
LeCompte,M.D. (2008). Secondary participants. In Given, L. (ed.). SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
LeCompte,M.D. (2008). Negotiating exit. In Given, L. (ed.). SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
Aguilera. D. and LeCompte, M.D. (2007). Resiliency in Native languages: The tale of three Native American Communities’ experiences with language immersion. NCCREST Special issue on Bilingualo Education in Native American Communities, Journal of American Indian Education, pp. 11-36.
LeCompte, M. D. (2002). The transformation of ethnographic practices: Past and current challenges. Qualitative Research, 2(3), 283-299.
Holloway, D. L., & LeCompte, M. D. (2001). Becoming somebody! How arts programs support positive identity for middle school girls. In B. Krensky & D. L. Holloway (Eds.), "The Arts, Urban Education, and Social Change," theme issue of Education and Urban Society, 33(4), 354-366.
LeCompte, M. D. (2000). Standing for just and right decisions. The long slow path to school safety. In G. Kozik-Rosabal & I.K. MacGillivray (Eds.), "Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in America's Urban Schools," theme issue of Education and Urban Society, 32(3), 413-430.
LeCompte, M. D. (1994). Defining reality: Applying double description and chaos theory to the practice of practice. Educational Theory, 44(3), 277-299.
LeCompte, M. D. (1987). Bias in the biography: Bias and subjectivity in ethnographic research. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 18(2), 43-52.
LeCompte, M. D., & Goebel, S. D. (1987). Can bad data produce good program planning? An analysis of record-keeping on school dropouts. Education and Urban Society, 19(3), 250-269.
LeCompte, M. D., & Goetz, J. P. (1982). Problems of reliability and validity in educational research. Review of Educational Research, 52(2), 31-60.