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Biography

Meg's research is in the sociology of education, urban education and policy. She has a long-standing interest in the lives of teachers and has explored issues of class, race, gender and age in teachers' social and professional worlds.

Meg has conducted ESRC-funded research into the experiences of minority ethnic trainee teachers, post-compulsory transitions and multi-agency policy in challenging school exclusion in urban primary schools.

For further information please see her  Research Staff Profile.

Teaching

  • MA Education, Policy & Society
  • MA Child Studies
  • MPhil/PhD research training programme

International links

  • Visiting Professor at Victoria University, Melbourne, 2013 – 2016.
  • Member of international support group for the New Zealand based ‘Research, Analysis and Insight into National Standards’ (RAINS) Project, led by Professor Martin Thrupp, Waikato University NZ.