Second Horizon Leaders

In the first article, published in our last issue, Malcolm Groves examined some of the evidence as to why new thinking about school improvement is. This second article explores what this looks like in practice through the work of two of the case study school leaders who choose to inhabit today and tomorrow and how it begins to make deeper change possible. It is followed by an article on Learning Ambassadors and the role children can play as school improvement researchers.
Teacher talking to young pupils

Not good enough. In the first article that was essentially our report card on present approaches to school improvement. Not wrong, not misguided, just not sufficient for the future. That is because they represent only a partial answer to a deeper issue, that of equity.  As far back as 2002 Silins and Mulford reported that:

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