Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management (CRELM)
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Producing research that matters

The Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management (CRELM) is a national and international centre for cutting edge research in educational leadership and management and teachers' work, lives and effectiveness.

Its members contribute through research, teaching, publication and other activities, to the development of high performing leaders, teachers and organisations within high equity education systems.

The centre employs 'fit for purpose' methods of inquiry, using a mix of blue skies, policy and practice-based empirical research. 

Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management

Research in Educational
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Its work includes international and national collaborations and local partnerships with schools. Through these it produces a variety of high quality research and research and development projects, reports and publications. These contribute to understandings about all aspects of school leadership and change at local, national and international levels.

Professor Christopher Day
Centre Convenor

CRELM news

The "datafication" of teaching: can teachers speak back to the numbers?

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A new article by Professor Howard Stevenson has been published in Peabody Journal of Education.
Date:
06 July 2017

Teachers' Worlds and Works: Understanding Complexity, Building Quality

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New book from Professor Christopher Day
Date:
26 June 2017

Organising teaching: developing the power of the profession

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A new report written by Nina Bascia and Professor Howard Stevenson has been published today by Education International.
Date:
20 June 2017

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Howard Stevenson's blog

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Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management

School of Education
University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Nottingham, NG8 1BB


+44 (0)115 951 4543