King’s College London
Researching the Links between Public Policy and Educational Inequalities
I’m a Higher Education professional dedicated to fostering equal access to educational opportunities. In my current role at the King’s Academy, King’s College London, I focus on the development of innovative, creative, and inclusive learning and teaching.
I have taught international future change-makers in Oxford and at LSE.
– My teaching expertise builds on my professional development as Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
– I re-designed the curriculum of three public policy modules, giving students hands-on tools to apply social science theories and methods to the real-world challenges they seek to tackle.
Read more about my award-winning teaching and open access teaching resources.
I research the political origins and consequences of educational inequalities in Western European Welfare States.
– What political and policy trade-offs do governments face when they seek to foster equal educational opportunities for school children? How do educational inequalities in society affect public policies?
– What can the study of education policies contribute to theories of public policy change?
Read more about my award-winning research and publication plans.