Podcast 24: Is Progress Being Made For Everyone Involved In Education?

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Is progress for everyone involved in education, being made?

Our 14th interview for the 100 women series is with Alison Kriel. Alison is an ex-headteacher, now working part-time as a CEO of Amaya Trust and is developing her own Social Media platform for education.

In this episode, you can hear Alison and Teacher Toolkit founder, Ross McGill:

  • look back on the shared and personal achievements Alison is most proud of
  • expand on why tick box culture reduces development opportunities in education
  • talk about the main challenges Alison has faced in her career as a headteacher
  • examine the philosophy and purpose of schools
  • touch on what Alison would like to see improve for women in the next 100 years
  • find out what Alison would have been if she hadn’t become a teacher

 

You can follow Alison on Twitter @AlisonKriel and find out more information about her on her website here.

Joshua McGovern

Joshua McGovern has been working with Teacher Toolkit since March 2018. He is responsible for our Soundcloud and iTunes channels and is the production manager for podcasts. He has a degree in Music Production and is a graduate of Leeds Beckett University. Aside from working with TT, he is a freelance podcast editor and music producer for a London-based startup that empowers music makers ...

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