Through the prolific and various efforts of members of the NDSG and the activity of the Annual Meetings, a number of publications are available.


Monographs of the North Dakota Study Group
Authored by various members of the NDSG. Published from 1975 – 1996, at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.


Books by Members of the NDSG
Authored by various members of the NDSG. Available for purchase through publishers, as listed.


Archives of the NDSG
A variety of historical records, documents, and digital files created in conjunction with the North Dakota Study Group, held by the Chester Fritz Library at the University of North Dakota.


Oral History Project
Interviews were conducted, condensed, and edited by Arthur Tobier, funded through a 2004 grant from the Spencer Foundation.


Additional Documents Produced for Annual Meetings of the NDSG
Produced by various members of the NDSG and invited speakers.

  • Restorying NDSG 2020: A Short Report [Google Doc]
    Communicating the spirit and outcomes of the NDSG 2020 Annual gathering. See also the Teacher Story Project website.
  • Nebraska STARS Assessment Program, by Chris Gallagher [PDF]
    Presented at the February 2008 meeting.
  • Madison, Wisconsin Civil Action Fact Sheet 2011 [PDF]
    Authored by NDSG Subcommittee
    In the spirit of inquiry and an educated democratic citizenry, members of the North Dakota Study Group have created this fact sheet in order to assist in understanding what was happening in Madison, Wisconsin leading up to NDSG 2011.
  • Reading: The Struggle Against Mayoral Control in Milwaukee [PDF]
    by Bob Peterson, Trinational Coalition for the Defense of Public Education
    From the reading…”Probably the last place people would look for a story of hope is in Milwaukee, WI, a city, 100 kilometers north of Chicago with a school system of 85,000 mostly black and Latino students. In Milwaukee, school politics have been dominated by privatizing forces for two decades. And yet, since last August, a rather remarkable struggle unfolded in which grassroots organizing stopped powerful forces to have a mayoral takeover of the public schools…”