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Bernardita Munoz Chereau, Dr

Principal Research Fellow in Education at University College London

Bernardita obtained a BSc in Psychology, School of Psychology, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile and studied a MA in ICT in Education (Institute of Education, UCL) in 2002, funded by Chevening Scholarship for global future leaders. After some years of working back in Chile at the school level, academia, and the public sector as a Researcher and Consultant in assessment in education, Bernardita secured funding for studying a PhD, School of Education, University of Bristol, awarded in 2013. After her PhD she worked there as a Research Associate on several research projects. In 2017 she became the Principal Investigator of the project “Levelling the playing field: assessing through equity the quality of Chilean schools” funded by ESRC Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme. In 2018 she moved to the Institute of Education, UCL where she is the Principal Investigator of “Inspection across the UK: how can inspection promote school improvement?” funded by The Edge Foundation, and “Intractable schools: can an Ofsted inspection prevent sustainable improvement?” funded by the Nuffield Foundation.

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