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Leading school learning through Covid-19 and beyond

Leading school learning through Covid-19 and beyond

The Open University Business School leads ground-breaking £300k project on online learning and strategic planning through, and post, lockdown in English secondary schools.

Leading school learning through Covid-19 and beyond is a project looking at how school leaders strategically manage and plan for online provision of learning, through the pandemic and beyond. It will address how they have coped with, and continue to manage, particular challenges such as a lack of equipment, absence of learners from school, and provision for Special Educational Needs (SEN) students.

Find out more about the project

Meet the team

A team led by Dr Jacqueline Baxter of The Open University Business School has been awarded nearly £300,000 to investigate online learning and strategic planning through, and post, lockdown in English secondary schools.

About the partnership

Funded by UKRI, the project team will be working with three key partners – Schools North East, The Key, and Derby Teaching Schools Alliance.

Our research

Learn more about our research into the strategic management of online learning in schools, both during and post lockdown.

Contact us

If you are a Headteacher or a CEO of a Multi Academy Trust and would like to take part in a short online, anonymised interview, please contact us.


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Leading school learning through Covid-19 and beyond – initial results from our online survey

This post outlines initial findings from the survey section of our mixed methods study exploring how school leaders strategically manage and plan for the online provision of learning through the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.

11th June 2021
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