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Nieto, Sonia & Rivera, Melissa (Eds.) (forthcoming). Charting a New Course: Understanding the Sociocultural, Political, Economic, and Historical Context of Latino/a Education in the United States. Critical Synthesis paper
Nieto, Sonia (2007). Teaching ‘These Children’: Learning From Caring and Courageous Teachers. Distinguished Educators’ Lecture Series. New York: Pace University.

Nieto, Sonia (2006). Teaching as Political Work: Learning From Courageous And Caring Teachers. Child Development Occasional Paper Series. New York: Sarah Lawrence College.

Nieto, Sonia & Rolón, Carmen (1995). The preparation and professional development of teachers: A perspective from two Latinas. CULTURES Project, Emory University, Atlanta.
Nieto, Sonia (1994). Diversity: What do teachers need to know? Vision 2000: Florida’s Future for Special Education.
Frau-Ramos, Manuel & Nieto, Sonia (1991). “I was An outsider”: Dropping out among Puerto Rican youths in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Mauricio Gastón Institute for Public Policy and Development, University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Nieto, Sonia (2000). Language, literacy, and culture: Intersections and implication. In Timothy Shanahan & Flora Rodríguez-Brown (Eds.), 49th Yearbook of the National Reading Conference (pp. 41-60). Chicago: National Reading Conference.


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Experts’ remarks on vital steps toward educating a diverse nation. In conference proceedings of Multicultural Education: Steps to Practice, Northeast Consortium for Multicultural Education. White Plains, NY, October, 1994.

Nieto, Sonia (1988). Challenges and opportunities: Four sides of the same coin. In Conference proceedings of the Ibero-American Heritage Project International Planning Conference (pp. 117-125), Santillana del Mar, Spain. Albany: New York State Department of Education.
Nieto, Sonia (1987). The social perspective. Conference Proceedings of the Ibero-American Heritage Project International Planning Conference. Sterling Forest, Albany: New York State Department of Education.
Nieto, Sonia (1982). Bilingual education. Conference Proceedings, Eastern Regional Conference on Hispanic Educational Issues: La Próxima Década, Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education.
Nieto, Sonia (2006). Critical Literacy: What Every American Ought to Know by Eugene F. Provenzo. Teachers College Record.
Bode, Patty & Nieto, Sonia (2003). Intergroup Dialogue: Deliberative Democracy in School, College, Community and Workplace. David Schoem & Sylvia Hurtado (Eds.), Teachers College Record 105 (7), 1298-1301.
Nieto, Sonia (1996-7). Latino High School Graduation: Defying the Odds. Harriet D. Romo & Toni Falbo (Eds.). Latino Review of Books, 2 (3), 48-49.
Nieto, Sonia (1996). Brave New Schools: Challenging Cultural Illiteracy through Global Learning Networks. Jim Cummins & Dennis Sayers (Eds.). NABE News, 20 (2), 11-12.
Nieto, Sonia (1994). Bilingual Education: Politics, Practice, Research. M. Beatriz Arias & Ursula Casanova (Eds.) Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies, 16 (1), 103-110.
Nieto, Sonia (1993). Review essay, “Multiculturalism in Higher Education: Emerging Literature.” Equity & Excellence in Education, 26 (3), 77-79.
Nieto, Sonia (1992). Pedagogy and the Struggle for Voice: Issues of Language, Power and Schooling for Puerto Ricans. Catherine E. Walsh (Ed.), Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 13 (4), 378-382.
Nieto, Sonia (1986). Barriers to Excellence: Our Children at Risk. National Coalition of Advocates for Students. Excellence and Equity in Education, 22 (4-6), 139-142.
Nieto, Sonia (1985). Open Minds to Equality. Nancy Schneidewind & Ellen Davidson (Eds.). Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 6 (2), 203-204.
Reviews of children’s books with Latino themes in various issues of the Bulletin of the Council on Interracial Books for Children: v. l0, n. 4, 7, 8; v. 11, n. l & 2, 3 & 4; v. l2, n. 3, 7, 8; v. l3, n. 2 & 3.
Nieto, Sonia (September 2009). Blog: A Wise Latina woman: Reflections on Sonia Sotomayor. Teaching Tolerance website:
Nieto, Sonia (2008). Diversity, access, equity, and learning: Conditions to promote learning and principles for practice. In Janette R. Hill, Bob Fecho, Jenny Penney Oliver, & Talmadge C. Guy, (Eds.). The Intersection of Diversity and Learning: Capturing a Conversation. Based on a two-day conference at the University of Georgia, Athens,
Nieto, Sonia (2008, 3 September). Honoring children’s languages: One simple suggestion. NIUSI-LeadScape blog (
Nieto, Sonia (2007, May). What’s Next in Public Education? NEA Today. Available
Nieto, Sonia, Felix, Sonie, Gelzinis, Karen (2002). A life of teaching: Reflections from teachers in an inquiry group. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education, University of Pennsylvania.
Nieto, Sonia (2002, February). Excerpt from Chapter 7, The Light in Their Eyes for Bookmark, monthly electronic newsletter of the National Clearinghouse for Comprehensive School Reform,
Rosario-Ramos, Enid & Nieto, Sonia (forthcoming). Literacy and multicultural education. In Carol A. Chapelle (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers.
Nieto, Sonia (forthcoming). The unlikely professor. In Angela Carrasquillo (Ed.), A Puerto Rican Professor’s Journey: Doors of Opportunity Within Communities of Resistance.
Nieto, Sonia (forthcoming). Foreword. In Rich Milner (Ed.), Culture, Curriculum, and Identity in Education. Palgrave Macmilllan.
Nieto, Sonia (forthcoming). Definitions of “Cultural Identities” and “Diversity.” In Craig Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies. Sage Publishers.
Nieto, Sonia (2007). Fad or necessity? A scholar makes the case for multicultural education. The Women’s Times (Berkshire Region, Massachusetts), 14 (7), 4-5.
Nieto, Sonia (2007). Foreword. In Gerald Campano, Immigrant Students and Literacy: Reading, Writing, and Remembering. New York: Teachers College Press.
Nieto, Sonia (2006). Stances on multilingual and multicultural education: The limitations of labels. Language Arts, 84 (2), 171.
Nieto, Sonia (2006). Foreword. In Mary Cowhey, Black Ants and Buddhists: Thinking Critically and Teaching Differently in the Primary Grades. Portland, ME: Stenhouse Publishers.
Nieto, Sonia (1st ed., 1999 and 2nd ed., 2006). Foreword. In Gary Howard, We Can’t Teach What We Don’t Know: White Teachers, Multiracial Schools. New York: Teachers College Press.
Nieto, Sonia (2006). Thoughts on the 20th anniversary of Rethinking Schools. Rethinking Schools, 20 (3), 9.
Nieto, Sonia (2005). Afterword – A project of hope: Defining a new agenda for Latino education in the 21st century. In Pedro Pedraza & Melissa Rivera (Eds.), Latino/a Education: An Agenda for Research and Advocacy (pp. 459-466). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Nieto, Sonia (2nd ed, 1998, 3rd ed. 2004). Foreword. In Patricia Ramsey, Teaching and Learning in a Diverse World: Multicultural Education for Young Children. New York: Teachers College Press.
Nieto, Sonia (2004). Prólogo. In Teresa Aguado Odina, Pedagogía Intercultural. Madrid: McGraw-Hill.
Nieto, Sonia (2003). Response to the poem “I Remember” by Lydia Cortés. In Sam Intrator & Megan Scribner (Eds.), Teaching With Fire (38-39). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
Nieto, Sonia (2003). Afterword. In Stuart Greene & Dawn Abt-Perkins (Eds.), Making Race Visible: Literacy Research for Cultural Understanding (pp. 201 – 205). New York: Teachers College Press.
Nieto, Sonia (2003). Preface. In Linda Christensen & Stan Karp (Eds.). Rethinking School Reform. WI: Rethinking Schools.
Nieto, Sonia (2002). Foreword. In Nilda Flores-Gonzalez, School Kids, Street Kids: Identity Development in Latino Students. New York: Teachers College Press.
Nieto, Sonia (2001). Foreword. Narratives, 6 (1), p. 9. Special issue: Whose Social Justice? Overcoming Barriers to Educational Equity and Excellence.
Nieto, Sonia (2001). On creative extremism. Rethinking Schools, 15 (1), 13.
Nieto, Sonia (2001). Foreword. In María de la Luz Reyes & John Halcón (Eds.). The Best for Our Children: Latina/o Voices on Literacy. New York: Teachers College Press.
Martínez Estrada, Christelle, Ladson-Billings, Gloria, Lam, Diana, Lipman, Pauline, Mahiri, Jabari, Nieto, Sonia, Gordon Nembhard, Jessica, & Ooka Pang, Valerie (2000). The Promise of Urban Schools (prepared by the Annenberg Institute Senior Fellows in Urban Education). Providence, RI: Annenberg Institute for School Reform.

Nieto, Sonia (2000). Foreword. In Carolyn O’Grady, (Ed.). Integrating Service Learning and Multicultural Education in Colleges and Universities. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Nieto, Sonia (2000). Response – A gesture toward justice: Small schools and the promise of equal education. In William Ayers (Ed.), Simple Justice: The Small Schools Revolution and the Fight for Fairness in Our Schools (pp. 13-17). New York: Teachers College Press.
Nieto, Sonia (1999). Foreword. In Sarah Warshauer Freedman, Elizabeth Radin Simons, Julie Shalhope Kalnin, Alex, Casareno, and the M-CLASS Teams. Inside City Schools: Investigating Literacy in Multicultural Classrooms. New York: Teachers College Press.
Nieto, Sonia (1998). Foreword. A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Institute Anti-Bias Study Guide. Washington, DC: Anti-Defamation League.

Nieto, Sonia (1998). Foreword. In Arlette Willis (Ed.), Teaching and Using Multicultural Literature in Grades 9-12. Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon Publishers.

Nieto, Sonia (1997). Introduction to Chapter 6, “Newcomers Establishing Roots.” In Daphne Muse (Ed.), The New Press Guide to Multicultural Resources for Young Readers (p. 439). New York: The New Press.
Nieto, Sonia (1997). Definition of “Puerto Rican Studies.” In Carl A. Grant and Gloria Ladson-Billings (Eds.), Dictionary of Multicultural Education (pp. 225-226). Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press.
Nieto, Sonia (1996). Foreword. Through Students’ Eyes: Combating Racism in United States Schools, by Karen B. McLean Donaldson. New York: Bergin & Garvey.
Contributor and member, Multicultural Booklist Committee. Kaleidoscope: A Multicultural Booklist for Grades K-8. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), 1994.

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