Schooling in England is complex and evolving. There are multiple models for knowledge exchange, and ways in which teacher professional learning is cultivated (including through hubs, multi-academy trusts and other networks). Using primary mathematics as a case study, we are researching how Local Learning Systems (LLS) operate to provide high quality, inclusive professional learning for schools. The findings of this research will inform policy and practice, helping school and system leaders to shape and navigate high quality, inclusive and effective local professional development for teachers.
The EQuaLLs research team are members of the Centre for Research in Mathematics Education.
In the latest project blog post, Professor Andy Noyes and Dr Cath Gripton explore the relevance of local within the context of continuing professional development and learning across England's rapidly evolving education system.
Please visit project website to read the blog.
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