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Bill Lowe

Bill Lowe started his working life as a secondary school history and PE teacher, before moving into a primary setting and progressing to headship. From there he went into higher education as a senior lecturer at Newman University, Birmingham, and now works as a leadership and learning consultant and writer – a role in which his 20 years of leadership experience are put to good use.

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Middle Leadership for 21st Century Schools

In Middle Leadership for 21st Century Schools: From compliance to…

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AUTONOMY- job satisfaction and retention

February 29 2020

From this publication: Worth, J. and Van den Brande, J. (2020) Teacher autonomy: how does it relate to job satisfaction and retention? Slough: NFER.       KEY FINDINGS Teachers are 16 percentage points less likely than similar professionals to report having ‘a lot’ of influence over how they do their job   38 per … Continue reading AUTONOMY- job satisfaction and retention

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‘Stuck Schools’ and the ‘Unstuck’

January 26 2020

  Ofsted has identified 415 schools that have been in a cycle of low performance (i.e. less than ‘good’) for ten years or more. They are referred to as “stuck schools”. This is published in Fight or flight? How ‘stuck’ schools are overcoming isolation. The reasons Ofsted give for this is that: They are inundated … Continue reading ‘Stuck Schools’ and the ‘Unstuck’

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