Meghan Stacey
Meghan Stacey
UNSW Sydney
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Intensification of teachers’ work under devolution: A ‘tsunami’ of paperwork
S Fitzgerald, S McGrath-Champ, M Stacey, R Wilson, M Gavin
Journal of Industrial Relations, 2018
Understanding work in schools: The foundation for teaching and learning
S McGrath-Champ, R Wilson, M Stacey, S Fitzgerald
NSW Teachers Federation, 2018
Evidence of teaching practice in an age of accountability: When what can be counted isn’t all that counts
N Mockler, M Stacey
Oxford Review of Education 47 (2), 170-188, 2021
Workload, work intensification and time poverty for teachers and school leaders: a systematic research synthesis
S Creagh, G Thompson, N Mockler, M Stacey, A Hogan
Educational Review, 2023
The teacher ‘problem’: an analysis of the NSW education policy Great Teaching, Inspired Learning
M Stacey
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 38 (5), 782-793, 2017
Triage in teaching: the nature and impact of workload in schools
M Stacey, R Wilson, S McGrath-Champ
Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 2020
The development of an Australian teacher performance assessment: lessons from the international literature
M Stacey, D Talbot, J Buchanan, D Mayer
Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 2019
Teachers’ orientations to educational research and data in England and Australia: implications for teacher professionalism
M Mills, N Mockler, M Stacey, B Taylor
Teaching Education, 2020
Principals’ support for teachers’ working conditions in devolved school settings: Insights from two Australian States
S McGrath-Champ, M Stacey, R Wilson, S Fitzgerald, A Rainnie, ...
Educational Management Administration & Leadership 47 (4), 590-605, 2019
Deficit discourses and teachers’ work: the case of an early career teacher in a remote Indigenous school
M Stacey
Critical Studies in Education, 2019
A Most Poisonous Debate: Legitimizing Support for Australian Private Schools
M Forsey, H Proctor, M Stacey
Private Schools and School Choice in Compulsory Education: Global Change and …, 2017
Teachers, school choice and competition: Lock-in effects within and between sectors
K Parding, S McGrath-Champ, M Stacey
Policy Futures in Education 15 (1), 113-128, 2017
Devolution, market dynamics and the Independent Public School initiative in Western Australia:‘winning back’what has been lost?
S Fitzgerald, M Stacey, S McGrath-Champ, K Parding, A Rainnie
Journal of education policy 33 (5), 662-681, 2018
Middle-class parents’ educational work in an academically selective public high school
M Stacey
Critical Studies in Education 57 (2), 209-223, 2016
Teacher workload in Australia: National reports of intensification and its threats to democracy
M Gavin, S McGrath-Champ, R Wilson, S Fitzgerald, M Stacey
New perspectives on education for democracy, 110-123, 2021
Teacher attributions of workload increase in public sector schools: Reflections on change and policy development
M Stacey, S McGrath-Champ, R Wilson
Journal of Educational Change, 2023
Teachers, fixed-term contracts and school leadership: toeing the line and jumping through hoops
M Stacey, S Fitzgerald, R Wilson, S McGrath-Champ, M Gavin
Educational Leadership and Policy in a Time of Precarity, 54-68, 2023
The Business of Teaching
M Stacey
Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
Teachers and educational policy: Markets, populism, and im/possibilities for resistance
M Stacey, M Gavin, J Gerrard, A Hogan, J Holloway
Education Policy Analysis Archives 30, (93)-(93), 2022
Women’s participation in teacher unions: Implications of a ‘triple burden’ for union gender equality strategies
M Gavin, S McGrath-Champ, M Stacey, R Wilson
Economic and Industrial Democracy, 2020
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