MMath MSc PhD
Stephanie is a Lecturer in Educational Policy in the School of Education. She joined the School in October 2017 after holding positions at the University of Oxford, University of Manchester and Durham University.
Her work sits at the intersection of Social Policy and Education and examines the system-level policy and policy change and its associated effects.
My research interests are in the effects of education policy and education policy change on disadvantaged groups. In particular, I am interested in policies which implictly or explictly aim to impact children and young people living in poverty.
MEd Inclusive Practice
Teaching Qualification in Further Education (TQFE)
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Exploring Policy Enactment in Further Education: Policy Work and Master Discourses in England and ScotlandContributions to Conferences: Papers
Boundary Crossing in Teacher EducationPedagógusképzés, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 54-75Contributions to Journals: Articles
Digital dilemmas: using vignettes to explore design issues for inclusive digital learningContributions to Conferences: Papers
Keeping track of complex youth transitions and outcomes: New Perspectives on the Impact of Local and Regional Variations in EnglandContributions to Conferences: Papers
Local variability in post-16 options: labour market fit or postcode lottery?Contributions to Conferences: Papers
Navigating the marketplace of post-16 'opportunities'Contributions to Conferences: Papers
Conceptualising teacher education for inclusion: lessons for the professional learning of educators from transnational and cross-sector perspectivesSustainability, vol. 13, no. 4, 2167Contributions to Journals: Articles
Moving on from initial GCSE ‘failure': Post-16 transitions for ‘lower attainers’ and why the English education system must do betterNuffield Foundation. 140 pagesBooks and Reports: Commissioned Reports
Post-16 transitions for 'lower GCSE attainers' in Greater ManchesterWorking Papers: Working Papers
Post-16 transitions for ‘lower GCSE attainers’ in the North of TyneWorking Papers: Working Papers