Universtiy of Nottingham
Toby joined the University of Nottingham in 2018. He was previously Professor of Leadership and Innovation at the University College London Institute of Education (UCL IOE). During his time at UCL he was Director of the London Centre for Leadership in Learning and Vice-Dean – Innovation and Enterprise. Prior to the IOE he worked for the National College for School Leadership, the Design Council, the Campaign for Learning and the Cabinet Office.
Toby is a Director of the Transform Multi-Academy Trust based in Nottingham and sits on a number of research and evaluation advisory groups, including for Ofsted, the Wellcome Trust and the Foundation for Education Leadership. From 2005-06 he was Special Adviser to the House of Commons Education and Skills Select Committee for its enquiry into Sustainable Schools.
In 2018 he undertook a fellowship at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, where he advised the Ministry of Education on its review of Tomorrow’s Schools and the Kahui Ako/Communities of Learning programme.
He has lived and taught in Brazil and China and has undertaken research, advisory and teaching engagements in various countries, including Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Spain.
His most recent book – School leadership and education system reform – was co-edited with Peter Earley and was published by Bloomsbury in 2017.
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