Hong, B. S. S. (2015). Qualitative Analysis of the Barriers College Students With Disabilities Experience in Higher EducationJournal of College Student Development 56(3), 209-226. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Retrieved May 29, 2015, from Project MUSE database.

Herbert, J. T., Hong, B. S. S., Byun, S., Welsh, W., Kurz, C. A., & Atkinson, H. A. (2014). Persistence and graduation of college students seeking disability support servicesJournal of Rehabilitation, 80(1), 22-32.

Hong, B. S. S. (2014). Why schools in America should not be like schools in SingaporeThe American Association of School Administrators-Journal of Scholarship and PracticeInvited Author Special Issue, 10(4), 43-50.

Hong, B. S. S., & Chick, K. A. (Jan, 2013). Understanding students with learning difficulties –How do they learn? Kappa Record49(1), 30-36.

Chick, K. & Hong, B. S. S. (2012). Differentiated instruction made simple: Where do teachers begin.” Journal of Social Studies Research and Practice, 7(2), 114-121.

Schulte, D. P., & Hong, B. S. S. (2012). Portraits of Leaders: Striving for a fuller humanity. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 14(4), 31-46.

Hong, B. S. S., Haefner, L. A., & Slekar, T. D. (2011). Faculty attitudes toward promoting self-determination and self-directed learning with college students with and without disabilities. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education23(2), 175-185.

Hong, B. S. S., Herbert, J. T., & Petrin, R. A. (2011). A Ten-Year Analysis of the Postsecondary Outcomes of Students with Disabilities at The Pennsylvania State University. Journal of Education for Teaching, 37(2), 237-238.

Hong, B. S. S., Shull, P. J., & Haefner, L. A. (2011). Impact of perceptions of faculty on student outcomes of self-efficacy, locus of control, persistence, and commitment. Journal of College Student Retention: Theory, Practice, & Research, 8(3), 289-309.

Hong, B. S. S., & Slekar, T. D. (2010). Preservice elementary teacher attitudes and perceptions of mathematics and mathematics learning in college.Journal of World Universities Forum, 3(6), 17-30.

Hong, B. S. S., Slekar, T., & Himmel, J. (2010). Faculty attitudes toward college students with disabilities. Journal of World Universities Forum, 3(2), 71-90.

Hong, B. S. S., & Shull, P. J. (2009). Self-determination as an outcome for students: An educational paradigm shift [Translated to Lithuanian: Apsisprendimas kaip aukléjimo rezultatas: Paradigmos kaita. Special Education[Specialusis Udgymas], 2(21), 76-82. [In Lithuanian]

Hong, B. S. S., & Shull, P. J. (2009). A retrospective study of how faculty dispositions influenced the learning experiences of undergraduate engineering students. College Student Journal44(2), 226-238.

Hong, B. S. S., & Shull, P. J. (2009). Impact of teacher dispositions on student self-determination. International Journal of Learning, 16(1), 261-271.

Hong, B. S. S., Ivy, W. F., & Schulte, D. P. (2009). Dispositions for special educators: Cultivating high-quality traits for working with students with special needs. International Journal of Learning,16(1), 75-90.

Hong, B. S. S., & Schulte, D. P., & Ivy, W. F. (2009). Engaging reluctant learners through the web: Where do teachers start? International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society5(1), 127-140.

Ivy, W. F., Schulte, D. P., & Hong, B. S. S. (2009). Leaders exerting pressure for positive change: Leverage for educational leadership reform.” International Journal of Knowledge, Culture, and Change Management, 9, 103-110.

Schulte, D. P., Schulte, R., Ivy, W. F., & Hong, B. S. S. (2009). The cost of leadership for social justice: The price is ‘Right.’ Journal of Knowledge, Culture, and Change Management9(1), 227-238.

Hong, B. S. S. (2008).  Integrating Internet resources for English learners. Central American Journal of Indigenous Education: Qatz’oloq-Our Education. Fundación Rigoberta Menchú Tum, 1. Available in English and Spanish translation.

Hong, B. S. S., Ivy, W. F., Gonzalez, H. R., & Ehrensberger, W. J. (2007). Preparing Students for Postsecondary Education: What K-12 teachers and higher education faculty can do to empower students with and without disabilities. TEACHING Exceptional Children40(1), 32-38.

Hong, B. S. S., & Ehrensberger, W. J. (2007). Assessing the mathematical skills and knowledge of students with special needs. Preventing School Failure, 52(1), 41-47.

Schulte, D., Ivy, W., & Hong, B. S. S. (2007). A multidimensional approach to educating all children: Empowering stakeholders to make appropriate decisions. National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) Connexions Knowledge Base Project.

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Casarez, L., & Hong, B. S. S. (2007). Integrating computer-assisted language programs for students with limited English proficiency. Texas Reading Report 34(3): 2-4.

Hong, B. S. S. (2006). The “TRUTH” about Asia’s schools: A comparative understanding between schools in Asia and the United States” (abstract). 4th Hawaii International Conference on Education: Conference Proceedings, January.

Ivy, W. Fred, Schulte, D. P., & Hong, B. S. S. (2006). Leverage for freedom or wedge of compliance? A simple tool for positive organizational and leadership change.” 4th Hawaii International Conference on Education: Conference Proceedings, January.

Ivy, W. F., Schulte, D. P., & Hong, B. S. S. (2006). Countdown to inclusion: “The Rainbow Continuum” for increasing mainstream services. Proceedings published in the 4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, January.

Hong-Foster, B., & Ehrensberger, W. (2005). Empower students with your words.” Teaching Exceptional Children Plus, 1(6), 4.