Journal of Professional Capital and Community: Volume 1 Issue 3


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Professional capital and collaborative inquiry networks for educational equity and improvement?

Christopher Chapman, Hannah Chestnutt, Niamh Friel, Stuart Hall, Kevin Lowden

The purpose of this paper is twofold, first, it is to reflect on the development of professional capital in a three-year collaborative school improvement initiative that…


More than a mentor: The role of social connectedness in early career and experienced teachers’ intention to leave

Charlotte Struyve, Alan Daly, Machteld Vandecandelaere, Chloé Meredith, Karin Hannes, Bieke De Fraine

The number of early career teachers leaving the profession continues to be an ongoing issue across the globe. This pressing concern has resulted in increased attention to…


Developing professional capital in policy and practice: Ontario’s Teacher Learning and Leadership Program

Carol Campbell, Ann Lieberman, Anna Yashkina

The purpose of this paper is to provide evidence from Ontario’s Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) with goals to: support experienced teachers to undertake…


The impact of professional capital on educational excellence and equality in Estonia

Maie Kitsing, Alan Boyle, Hasso Kukemelk, Jaan Mikk

Estonia’s results in programme for international student assessment (PISA) studies between 2006 and 2012 showed both high-level attainment and social equity. The…

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