Knowledge production and segregated education


I am currently working on examining how and why educational services segregate children. 

Here is the start of the publications: 

Gunter, H.M. (2021) Eugenics and personalisation in educational services, Forum. 63 (1), 91-97.

Gunter, H.M. and Courtney, S.J. (2021) School segregation in England and the logic of exiting from the public education system. In: Hudson, B., Leask, M., and Younie, S. (Eds.) Education System Design: Foundations, Policy Options and Consequences. Abingdon: Routledge. 108-113.

Gunter, H.M. and Courtney, S.J. (2021) Socio-economic class and educational leadership. In: In: Courtney, S.J., Gunter, H.M., Niesche, R. and Trujillo, T. (Eds.) Understanding educational leadership: critical perspectives and approaches. London: Bloomsbury. 295-308.

Jones, S., Courtney, S.J. and Gunter, H.M. (2021) Leading in a genetics-informed education market. In: Courtney, S.J., Gunter, H.M., Niesche, R. and Trujillo, T. (Eds.) Understanding educational leadership: critical perspectives and approaches. London: Bloomsbury. 355-369.