- Social, cultural, linguistic and political aspects of educational policies
- Policy vs. practice in various sectors of education
- Educational planning and governance at local, national and international levels
- Educational partnerships within and across educational sectors, as well as with private organisations and companies
- Leadership in education and its challenges
- Student and staff perceptions of leadership in different faculties
- Leadership in international schools
- Leadership in complementary schools
Policy, Partnerships and Leadership
Our group focuses on the concepts of educational policy, partnerships and leadership and their practical implementations in educational institutions in a range of contexts. It brings together colleagues researching various sectors of education, including HE, FE, secondary, primary, international, complementary, life-long learning, state, private, etc. We aim to provide space within which knowledge, experiences, research findings, examples of good practice and new ideas are shared, and collaboration and opportunities are explored.
We are interested in working practices within institutions, the ways leadership and partnerships can influence policy and practice (and vice versa), and the processes involved in the construction and development of these. We investigate the resulting aspects of change, how it is managed in light of internal and external factors, and the impacts of this for those involved.
|Dr Linet Arthur||Senior Lecturer: Leadership, Management and Policyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor Roger Dalrymple||Professor of Education, School of Educationemail@example.com|
|Dr Sarah Frodsham||Senior Lecturer in Educational Researchfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr Marian McLachlan||Senior Lecturer in Educationemail@example.com|
|Mrs Kimberly Waring Paynter||Senior Lecturer in Primary Educationfirstname.lastname@example.org|