Amy Azano, and associate professor in the School of Education, published Teaching in Rural Places: Thriving in Classrooms, Schools, and Communities (New York, New York, and London, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2021), with Devon Brenner et al.

In addition, Azano published: “Overcoming Structural Challenges Related to Identification and Curricula for Gifted Students in High Poverty Rural Schools,” Conceptions of Giftedness and Talent: Worldwide Perspectives, ed. Robert J. Sternberg and Don Ambrose (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer Nature, 2021), pp. 51–64, with Carolyn M. Callahan; and “Validation of Instruments for Measuring Affective Outcomes in Gifted Education,” Journal of Advanced Academics 31.4 (November 2020): 470–505, with Carolyn M. Callahan et al.