Publications:

Peer-Reviewed Publications
Snyder, J. W., & Reckhow, S. (Forthcoming). Political Determinants of Philanthropic Funding for Urban Schools. Journal of Urban Affairs.

Jacobsen, R., Snyder, J. W., & Saultz, A. (2015). Understanding satisfaction with schools: The role of expectations. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 25 (3), 831-848.

Jacobsen, R., Snyder, J. W., & Saultz, A. (2014). Informing or shaping public opinion? The influence of school accountability data format on public perceptions of school quality. American Journal of Education, 121 (1), 1-27.

Reckhow, S., & Snyder, J. W. (2014). The expanding role of philanthropy in educational politics. Educational Researcher, 43 (4), 186-195.

Jacobsen, R., Saultz, A., & Snyder, J. W. (2013). When accountability strategies collide: Do policy changes that raise accountability standards also erode public satisfaction? Educational Policy, 27 (2), 360-389.

Chapters in Edited Volumes
Reckhow, S., & Snyder, J. W. (Under contract). The political influence of philanthropic organizations. In D. E. Mitchell, R. L. Crowson, and D. Shipps (Eds.), Shaping education policy: Power and process (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.

Snyder, J. W. (2015). How old and new foundation granting differ. In F. M. Hess and J. R. Henig (Eds.), The new education philanthropy: Politics, policy and reform (pp. 29-54). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Invited Publications
Jacobsen, R., Saultz, A., & Snyder, J. W. (2013). Grading school report cards. Phi Delta Kappan, 95 (2), 59-63.