Policies to ensure that no child starts from behind. Deborah Stipek, Kenji Hakuta. In Child Development and Social Policy: Knowledge for Action: Essays in honor of Edward Zigler , Washington DC: American Psychological Association Press, pp. 129-145. 2006.
Work habits begin in preschool. Deborah Stipek. Reprinted in J. Brown (Ed.), Curriculum planning for young children, Young Children, Washington, D.C.: National Association for the Education of Young Children, 38, pp. 25-32. 1983.
Measuring the quality of early childhood math and science curricula and teaching. Kimberly Brenneman, Kimberley Boller, Sally Atkins-Burnett, Deborah Stipek, Nicole D. Forry, Barbrina Ertle, Lucia French, Herbert P. Ginsburg, Ellen Frede, Tom Schultz. In M Zaslow, I. Martinez-Beck, K. Tout & T. Halle (Eds.), Quality Measurement in Early Childhood Settings, Baltimore Maryland: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., pp. 77-103. 2011.
Success in school--for a Head Start in life. Deborah Stipek. In S. Luthar, J. Burack, D. Cicchetti, & J. Weisz (Eds.), Developmental psychopathology: Perspectives on risk and disorder, New York: Cambridge University Press., pp. 75-92. 1997.
Characterizing early childhood education programs. Deborah Stipek. In L. Rescorla, M. Hyson, & K. Hirsh-Pasek (Eds.), Academic instruction in early childhood: Challenge or pressure? New Directions for Child Development, 53, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1991.