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Leadership and Management for Education Studies
Introducing Key Concepts of Theory and Practice




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ISBN 9781032343013
June 20, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
184 Pages 10 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book introduces theories of educational leadership and management and provides examples of their translation into practice. Many students studying education no longer go directly into teaching, but instead follow a diverse range of careers associated with the education sector more widely: local authorities, think tanks, charities, school trusts, administrative and managerial roles. This book highlights and explores these diverse pathways. For staff in schools who are currently on a National Professional Qualification (NPQ) this book gives an overview of differing leadership pathways, including senior leadership (NPQSL) and headship (NPQH), whilst also discussing the impact of system reforms (NPQEL).

Topics covered include:

  • Strategies for leadership across primary, secondary and higher education settings
  • School Leadership and management through the challenges of the pandemic and beyond
  • Equality and diversity and inclusive practice
  • Non-teaching leadership roles.

By offering an introduction to leadership and management discourse not usually encountered until postgraduate study, this lively and accessible book is an essential read for all students of Education Studies as well as those embarking on CPD or National Professional Qualifications.

Table of Contents

  1. Introducing educational leadership and management
  2. CATHERINE A. SIMON

  3. The intersection of system and distributed leadership
  4. IAN POTTER

  5. Equality and diversity and inclusive practice: significance for organisations and individuals
  6. SHEINE PEART

  7. Resilience and vitality as necessary leadership traits
  8. MARK T. GIBSON

  9. Effective school management: Leadership capacity of the school principal
  10. PINAR AYYILDIZ AND ADEM YILMAZ

  11. Observations of classroom management and school leadership in the COVID-19 era
  12. PURVI GANDHI

  13. Pedagogical leadership in early childhood education and care: What is it, why do we need it and how do you do it?
  14. MONA SAKR

  15. The role of primary headteachers within school trusts: English landscape divergence in a post-pandemic world
  16. MEGAN CRAWFORD AND DEBORAH OUTHWAITE

  17. Crisis leadership in secondary schools: Its effects on school leaders’ long-term visions of education
  18. JACQUELINE BAXTER AND ALAN FLOYD

  19. Leading a large and disparate school in higher education
  20. PETER WOLSTENCROFT AND TRACK DINNING

  21. Leadership of international schools
  22. MARK T. GIBSON AND LUCY BAILEY

  23. Leadership for flourishing schools: From research to practice
  24. ANDY WOLFE AND LYNN SWANER

  25. A practical exploration of non-teaching leadership roles within the further education and skills sector (FES)
  26. SHERIDAN BROWN, BRENDAN COULSON AND JOHN EVERSON

  27. Charitable education organisations in England: The case of teacher educators

BETHANY KELLY AND DEBORAH OUTHWAITE

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Biography

Deborah Outhwaite is Director of DTSA and an EdD Supervisor in the Centre for Higher Education Studies at the University of Liverpool, UK.

Catherine A. Simon is a Visiting Fellow and EdD supervisor at Bath Spa University, UK.