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Knowledge Production in Educational Leadership Project

@inproceedings{Gunter2008KnowledgePI,
  title={Knowledge Production in Educational Leadership Project},
  author={Helen M. Gunter and Gillian Forrester},
  year={2008}
}
Remodeling Headteachers in England: Is it the end of educational leadership?, 11(14)
TLDR
An argument is constructed that the labeling of Headteachers as managing directors, chief executives, and more recently as school leaders is central to a form of modernization that is reworking professionality as generic and business orientated.
Knowledge Mobilization and Educational Research. Edited by Tara Fenwick and Lesley Farrell
claims regarding the correctness of particular leadership structures, cultures and practices’ (p. 133). The fifth chapter maps the different ‘regimes of practice by knowledge workers’ (p. 133). First
New Labour and the logic of practice in educational reform
The paper draws on data and theorising from the Knowledge Production in Educational Leadership (KPEL) Project where we have investigated New Labour's education policy and investment in headteachers
Institutionalized Governance: The Case of the National College for School Leadership
Abstract The article is based on data from the Knowledge Production and Educational Leadership Project (funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council RES‐000-23-1192) where we investigated

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