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Improving Schools

Improving Schools


eISSN: 14757583 | ISSN: 13654802 | Current volume: 26 | Current issue: DEL2 Frequency: 3 Times/Year

Improving Schools is for all those engaged in school development, whether improving schools in difficulty or making successful schools even better. The journal includes contributions from across the world with an international readership including teachers, heads, academics, education authority staff, inspectors and consultants.

Improving Schools has created a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences. Major national policies and initiatives have been evaluated, to share good practice and to highlight problems. The journal also reports on visits to successful schools in diverse contexts, and includes book reviews on a wide range of developmental issues.

"Improving Schools is an excellent resource bringing together academics, researchers and teachers in a journal that is accessible and practical while drawing on work from leading-edge thinkers." John MacBeath, University of Cambridge, UK

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Improving Schools is for all those engaged in school development, whether improving schools in difficulty or making successful schools even better. The journal includes contributions from across the world with an increasingly international readership including teachers, heads, academics, education authority staff, inspectors and consultants.

Improving Schools has created a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences. Major national policies and initiatives have been evaluated, to share good practice and to highlight problems. The journal also reports on visits to successful schools in diverse contexts, and includes book reviews on a wide range of developmental issues. We take a broad view of school improvement, maintaining focus on educational aims as well as development processes. We cover not only management, leadership and school ethos, but also learning and teaching and curricular issues of whole-school importance. We also seek to foster a strong values orientation, based on principles of social justice and responsibility.

Editor
Tracey Allen University College London, UK
Co-Editors
Dorothy Andrews University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Mir Afzal Tajik Aga Khan University, Pakistan
Editorial Board
Louise Campbell University of Dundee, Scotland
Dianne Cantali University of Dundee, Scotland
Jonathan Chitiyo University of Pittsburgh, USA
Anne Coffey University of Notre Dame, Australia
Joan Conway University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Katherine Covell Cape Breton University, Canada
Helen Demetriou University of Cambridge, England
Judy Durrant Canterbury Christ Church University, England
Jacob Easley Mercy College, New York, USA
David Frost University of Cambridge, England
Donald Gillies University of West of Scotland, Scotland
Stephen Heimans University of Queensland, Australia
Jenny Johnston  
Carlos Lopez Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Ruth Lupton University of Manchester, England
Stephen McKinney University of Glasgow, Scotland
Judy Parr University of Auckland, New Zealand
Ismat Riaz Independent Researcher, Pakistan
Kathryn Riley University College London, England
Anna Robb University of Dundee, Scotland
Amanda Roberts University of Hertfordshire, UK
Susan Shapiro Touro College, USA
Kelly Stone Independent Researcher, Portugal
Ciaran Sugrue University College Dublin, Ireland
Patricia Thompson University of Nottingham, England
Scott Wurdinger Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA
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