Dr. Anderson speaks nationally and she has several published articles and books. Her articles and books are focused on improving schools and closing the achievement gap. As a lifetime member of the NAACP, Dr. Anderson views closing the achievement gap as a social justice issue and she remains committed to sharing effective strategies and replicating successful practices. The 2012 publication, Transforming Schools for Excellence: Closing the Achievement Gap, and other published articles and books may be found at bookstores and in educational journals. Dr. Anderson was awarded the 2015 National Education Week Leader to Learn From.
- Education Week Leader to Learn From Video
- Harvard Ask with Forum Dialogue with Dr. Anderson, Boston
- Dr. Anderson's Discussion with Presidential Candidate Secretary Hillary Clinton on Equity
- Whole Child Symposium, ASCD, Washington D.C.
Dr. Anderson's most recent 2016 publication on equity and achievement can be viewed online at the United States Department of Health Services: Minority Health and Human Services.
Dr. Anderson's 2014 publication on parental involvement was published in the Association for School Curriculum and Development (ASCD) in their Road Tested September 2014 Edition.
Additional past articles and speaking engagements can be viewed clicking on the links below:
- AlJazeera International News Interview: Changing Students' Lives 2016
- NPR: A Discussion with Dr. Tiffany Anderson 2016
- The Revolving Door of Urban Superintendents, Published 2006
- High Performing High Minority Elementary Schools, Published 2004
- Supporting Mental Health in High Poverty Environments
- "Don't Count Me Out" ASCD, a national education organization covers the work of Dr.Anderson in 2016 in addressed student needs, mental health and poverty in Jennings.