Andy Hargreaves



Andy Hargreaves is an international writer, researcher and advisor on teaching, leadership and educational change. He is Past President of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement, formerly Adviser in Education to the Premier of Ontario (2015-2018) and currently to the First Minister of Scotland. He is President and co-founder of the ARC Education Project that brings together seven educational systems and their Ministers to advance humanitarian values in education. He is the founder and Director of CHENINE - Change, Engagement and Innovation in Education: A Canadian Collaboratory, a national, interdisciplinary Canadian Centre with global impact and reach, conceived to create and to coordinate technological, pedagogical, curriculum and research infrastructure.



Collaborative Professionalism: When Teaching Together Means Learning for All (2018)

Andy Hargreaves & Michael T. O'Connor

Through five international case studies, the authors distinguish Collaborative Professionalism from professional collaboration by highlighting intentional collaborative designs and providing concrete examples for how to be more purposeful with collaboration. 

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Leading from the middle: its nature, origins and importance (2019)

Andy Hargreaves & Dennis Shirley

The purpose of this paper is to cover a 10-year period in ten of Ontario’s 72 school districts on the nature, origins and importance of “leading from the middle” (LfM) within and across the districts.

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What’s Next For Schools After Coronavirus: Here Are 5 Big Issues and Opportunities

The Conversation, April 16, 2020


Teachers must lead schools' response to Covid-19

Tes Global, April 3, 2020






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