Seasons of My Military Student: Practical Ideas for Parents and Teachers is based on research, studies that explore the educational experiences and outcomes of students in military families. These citations represent some of the background for the guidance in Seasons of My Military Student, as well as related research and academic writing.
Adams, J. 2016. “Military Students to Get Additional Support Under ESSA.” Education Week 35(34): 21.
Astor, R., K. De Pedro, T. Gilreath, M. Esqueda, and R. Benbenishty. 2013. “The Promotional Role of School and Community Contexts for Military Students.” Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 16(3): 233-244.
Berkowitz, R., K. De Pedro, J. Couture, R. Benbenishty, and R. A. Astor. 2014, January. “Military Parents’ Perceptions of Public School Supports for Their Children.” Children & Schools 36(1).
Bradshaw, C. P., M. Sudhinaraset, K. Mmari, and R. W. Blum. 2010. “School Transitions Among Military Adolescents: A Qualitative Study of Stress and Coping.” School Psychology Review 39(1): 84-105
Easterbrooks, M. A., K. Ginsburg, and R. M. Lerner. 2013, Fall. “Resilience Among Military Youth.” The Future of Children 23(2): 99-120.
Finkel, L. B., M. L. Kelley, and J. Ashby. 2003. “Geographical Mobility, Family, and Maternal Variables as Related to the Psychosocial Adjustment of Military Children.” Military Medicine 168(12): 1019-1024.
Lester, P., and E. Flake. 2013. “How Wartime Military Service Affects Children and Families.” The Future of Children 23(2): 121-141.
Military Child Education Coalition for the US Army. 2012. “Executive Summary.” Education of the Military Child in the 21st Century: Current Dimensions of Educational Experiences for Army Children.
Shafer, L., B. Walsh, and M. Weber. 2016, November 9. “Military Kids, Resilience and Challenges.” Retrieved from Harvard Graduate School of Education: GSE.Harvard.edu/news/uk/16/11/military-kids-resilience- and-challenges