Rachel McNae

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RACHEL MCNAE is director and associate professor of the Centre for Educational
Leadership Research at the University of Waikato. She is also the co-founder of The
Good Human Project – an organisation supporting young people to flourish in
educational settings. Rachel’s research agenda is founded on a firm belief for social
justice, and her numerous research projects span the fields of student voice and
agency, strength-based inquiry, youth leadership, leadership innovation and
curriculum generation. Rachel’s recently published books include; Realizing
Innovative Partnerships in Educational Research (Sense, 2017), and Educational Leadership
for Social Justice in Aotearoa New Zealand (New Zealand Council for Educational
Research, 2017) and Harnessing the Joy in Leadership, (Rowman and Littlefield, 2018).

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Tomorrow’s Schools Under Review

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