Our research cluster develops new, theoretically grounded insights that lead to enhanced leadership, management and governance practice and policy.
Department of Education research
Our research interests are broad. They concern educational leadership, globalisation, teaching and educational practice.
Our cluster develops research that leads to a greater understanding of learning, teaching and use of language.
Our research explores learning, pedagogy, curricula and knowledge development and how education can enhance social justice and contest social inequalities.
We research the impact of globalisation and the internationalisation of education on practice and student experiences in schools and higher education.
It is commonly assumed that in the global knowledge economy there is a straightforward relationship between learning and earning.
In England, the 300,000 school governors are responsible for the conduct of 23,000 schools.
The relationship between disability and disadvantage is a global concern with worldwide recognition of the inequities in access to opportunities and resources.
Sustainable schools improve student motivation and behaviour, while also promoting healthy school environments and lifestyles.
Addressing the decline of food education in schools.