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Leadership and management within schools are my specialist areas for both research and consultancy. I have spent much of the last 3 years coaching those in challenging roles within schools, helping them to attain their professional and personal development goals. Over my ten year involvement with the education sector, I have also looked at national policy areas such as School Choice, Academies and independent Free Schools, Distributed Leadership and widely varying aspects of the complex management and governance of schools.
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