Teachers as educational change agents: What do we currently know? Findings from a systematic review [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]
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Brown, C., White, R. and Kelly, A. (2021) ‘Teachers as educational change agents: What do we currently know? Findings from a systematic review [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]’, Emerald Open Research, 3:26.
Change agents are individuals who can successfully transform aspects of how organisations operate. In education, teachers as change agents are increasingly seen as vital to the successful operation of schools and self-improving school systems. To date, however, there has been no systematic investigation of the nature and role of teacher change agents. To address this knowledge gap, we undertook a systematic review into five key areas regarding teachers as change agents. After reviewing 70 outputs we found that current literature predominantly positions teacher change agents as the deliverers of top-down change, with the possibility of bottom-up educational reform currently neglected.
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