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Educational leadership on the threshold of a post-pandemic world

Schools, colleges and universities after Covid-19

This special issue of the BERA Blog explores the new perspectives on, and possibilities for, educational leadership that have been opened up by the Covid-19 crisis.

Focusing on schools and on higher and further education providers in England and Scotland, the issue’s contributors develop the concept of post-pandemic leadership and the shapes it might take in future. They discuss how all aspects of education – school accountability, technology-enhanced learning, peer dialogue and support, and school leadership itself – have been, or should be, reassessed and reimagined for the better. 

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Azumah Dennis, Dr

Lecturer at The Open University

Carol Azumah Dennis has worked in higher education since 2010, first at the University of Hull where she was employed initially as a lecturer in education and programme director for post-16 teacher education, and later as programme director for...

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Lindsay Johnstone, Miss

Assistant Headteacher at Manchester Metropolitan University

Lindsay Johnstone has worked in secondary schools for 19 years, 10 years as a middle leader and seven years as a senior leader. She is now working in a higher education institution supporting degree apprentices in achieving their leadership and...

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Deb Outhwaite, Dr

Director at University of Liverpool

Deb Outhwaite has worked in education for more than 25 years. She has taught and examined at A-level, held leadership roles, spent a decade in higher education teaching both undergraduates and postgraduates, and is currently the programme leader...

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