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Max Antony-Newman, Professor

Lecturer at University of Glasgow

Max Antony-Newman is a lecturer in Education at the University of Glasgow. Working from a critical sociological perspective, his main focus is on school–family partnerships, education policy and teacher education with the overarching goal of moving from parent engagement as a source of social inequality to an opportunity for social justice. Max’s work also centres immigrant and refugee students and linguistic minorities in diverse classrooms. His current research focuses on immigrants and refugees with post-Soviet backgrounds in the North American context, and the role of teacher educators in preparing teachers for parent engagement in Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia.
Max’s work has been published in the British Journal of Sociology of Education, Canadian Journal of Education, Comparative and International Education, Curriculum Journal, Educational Review, International Journal of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Journal of Teacher Education, and School Community Journal.

Max Antony-Newman's contributions