Professor Toby Greany
Toby’s research is focused on how policy and practice interact to shape educational opportunities and outcomes, in particular across local systems and through networks, and the nature and role of leadership in these processes. Toby is a principal investigator on the EQuaLLS project.
Professor Andy Noyes
Andy is a founding member of the Centre for Research in Mathematics Education and has a wide variety of research interests, largely focused on mathematics education and 14-19 learner participation, pathways and policy. Andy is a principal investigator on the EQuaLLS project.
Dr Catherine Gripton
Cath is an Assistant Professor in primary education with research interests in primary mathematics, early childhood mathematics and researching children’s perspectives in education. Cath is the co-investigator on the EQuaLLS project.
Dr Thomas Cowhitt
Tom is an education researcher with an interest in social network analysis and network structures in schools and school systems. Tom is the research assistant on the EQuaLLS project.
Dr Georgina Hudson
Georgina is an educational researcher whose work focuses on schools-led research in the context of system reform, with further interests in how policy and practice interact within educational systems, how schools utilise evidence, and place-based education.
EQuaLLS advisory group
The advisory group bring a range of experience, expertise and insight to the project. Members:
- John Westwell – NCETM
- Matt Lewis – NAMA
- Nan Davies – Wellcome Trust
- Nick Brook – NAHT
- Professor Philippa Cordingley – CUREE
- Dr Rachel Marks – University of Brighton
- Stef Edwards – Learn Academies Trust
- Judy Shaw – NAHT
- Dame Alison Peacock – Chartered College of Teaching