Professor Meg Maguire to keynote at this year’s SERA Conference

Professor Meg Maguire

School of Education, Communication & Society, 

Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy

King’s College London

Meg Maguire taught for many years in London schools and is Professor of Sociology of Education in the School of Education, Communication and Society at King’s College London. She is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Victoria, Australia. She has a longstanding interest in education policy and practice, social justice issues, the life and work of school teachers, teacher education and with the challenges of inner-city schooling. Her publications include, How Schools Do Policy (with Stephen Ball and Annette Braun, Routledge, 2012) and she co-authored Ethics and Education Research (with Rachel Brooks and Kitte te Riele, Sage, 2014). Her most recent work (with Sharon Gewirtz, Eszter Neumann and Emma Towers) explored the effects of Ebacc in secondary schools (funded by the NUT). Meg is lead editor for the Journal of Education Policy.

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