1. Stephen Gorard, David Gough, Marilyn Osborn & Gillian Hampden‐Thompson (2008). Review Symposium: Educational Research and Evidence‐Based Practice ‐ Edited by Martyn Hammersley. British Journal of Educational Studies 56 (3):340-348.
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  2. Paul Croll, Dorothy Abbott, Patrica Broadfoot, Marilyn Osborn & Andrew Pollard (1994). Teachers and Education Policy: Roles and Models. British Journal of Educational Studies 42 (4):333 - 347.
    Four models are outlined for describing and analysing the role of teachers in the formulation of educational policy and the resulting processes of change. The model of teachers as partners in education policy making draws on a pluralist view of political processes and an assumption of a degree of autonomy for teachers and schools. A model of teachers as implementers of change draws a sharp distinction between the processes of policy making and policy execution and excludes teachers from an involvement (...)
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