Visiting Professor of Social Inclusion Studies, Centre for Children, Schools and Families Department of Psychology and Counselling, University of Greenwich

Professor Carl Parsons has a background in sociology and has taught in primary, secondary and young offender institutions. His recent work has focussed on school exclusion and its relationship with ethnicity and poverty, evaluation, the health promoting school, inter-agency working, critiques of education and social policy initiatives to promote equality and inclusion.

Most recent publications include: ‘Strategic Alternatives to Exclusion from School’ (Trentham Books 2010) and 'Schooling the Estate Kids' (Sense Publishers 2012)

Now at Greenwich, he was Professor of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University from 1998–2009 and remains Emeritus Professor there.

Experience

  • –present
    Visiting Professor of Social Inclusion Studies, Centre for Children, Schools and Families Department of Psychology and Counselling, University of Greenwich