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  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. (2016). “The District’s ‘Ad-Vantage’ Point”. AASA School Administrator.
  •  Budge, K., Parrett, W. (2016). “How Can High-Poverty Schools Connect With Students?”.Edutopia.
  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. (2016). “Is Your School Asking the Right Questions About Poverty?”.Edutopia.
  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. (2016). “How Does Poverty Influence Learning?”. Edutopia.
  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. (2015). “What Can Schools Do to Address Poverty?”. Edutopia.
  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. (2015). “How Do We Talk About Poverty in Schools?”. Edutopia.
  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. & McRae, P. (2013). “How we know kids living in Poverty can meet theCommon Core Standard”. ASCD EXPRESS.
  • Budge, K. & Parrett, W. (2013) “Turning High Poverty Schools Into High Performing Schools:12 Strategies that make the difference”. ASCD In-Service.
  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. & McRae, P. (2013), “How we know kids living in Poverty can meet the Common Core Standards”, ASCD EXPRESS.
  • Budge, K. & Parrett, W. (2013) “Turning High Poverty Schools Into High Performing Schools: 12 Strategies that make the difference”. ASCD In-Service.
  • Kinnaman, L., Budge, K. & Parrett, W. (2013) “The Idaho Leads Community: Expect Success” Perspectives, Journal of the Idaho Association of School Administrators.
  • Budge, K., Parrett, W. & McRae, P. (2013). “How we know kids living in Poverty can meet the Common Core Standards” ASCD Whole Child Blog.
  • Parrett, W. H. & Budge, K. (2009). Tough Questions for Tough Times”. Educational Leadership. ASCD. October 2009, pp 22-27.
  • Budge, K. & Parrett, W. H. (2009). Making Refugee Students Welcome”. Educational Leadership. ASCD. April 2009.