Professional Development

Growing research capital for school improvement

Chris Brown explores how “research capital” can be used as the basis for school and school system improvement, modelled on an evaluative case study of a federation of schools.

What can be done to foster positive attitudes towards, and engagement in, research by teachers so that this increased “research capital” can in turn result in improvement dividends? This ambition is explored in this article and illustrated through a case study of three schools working together within the Chestnut Learning Federation. 

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