Schools are based on a fundamental principle - to provide access to education and Safe and Supportive Learning Environments for all students. Student populations in schools are becoming increasingly diverse, are we seeing this diversity reflected in school leadership?
Do we need to reshape our education systems to foster diversity and inclusion and how can schools ensure that they are building truly equitable learning environments? In this episode, we speak with three experts in educational leadership, Martin Scanlon from Boston College USA, Kim Schildkamp, from the University of Twente in the Netherlands, and Pak Tee Ng from Nanyang Technology University in Singapore.
We discuss the power and responsibility that teachers have, why we need better data to improve our schools, the importance of student voice and human conversations and the ways that schools can partner with their communities.
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