Jacqueline Baxter is Lecturer in Public Policy in The Department for Public Leadership and Social Enterprise (PuLSE) at the triple accredited Open University Business School and a senior fellow of the higher education academy.
My interests lie in the area of public sector leadership,accountability, governance, and school inspection - exploring the and challenges faced by public services in the UK. I am also interested in the role of women on public service boards, gender equality and the role of trust in governance.
I have recently published books: School Governance : Policy , Politics and Practices (Policy Press, Bristol) and am about to publish an edited collection on school inspectors : School Inspectors: Policy implementers , policy shapers in european contexts.
My background is in education and management. I blog at www.jacquelinebaxter.net.
and was shortlisted for Award for Outstanding online Commentary 2014 - National Education Journalism Awards .
Lecturer in social policy, The Open University
The Higher Education Academy , Fellow
CPCAB, Certificate in Counselling
Alliance Francais , Diplome de Langue
Ealing College , BA Hons In Applied language studies with politics
The OpenUniversity, Doctor of Education
De Montfort University, MA Educational Studies
Inspection and the local, In S. Grek & J. Lindengren (Eds.), Governing by inspection: embodied regulation. London: Routledge.In press.
Inspection in the Media, In S. Grek & J. Lindengren (Eds.), Governing by Inspection: Embodied Regulation. London: Routledge. In press
). Shifting Frameworks: shifting Criteria, In S. Grek & J. Lindgren (Eds.), Governing by Inspection: embodied regulation London.Routledge In press
Knowledge, Authority and Judgement: the changing practices of School Inspection in England, Sisyphus
Roles and student identities in online large course forums: implications for practice. , International Review of Open and Distance Learning
An independent inspectorate? Addressing the paradoxes of educational inspection in 2013. , School Leadership and Management
Farewell to the Tickbox Inspector ?Ofsted and the changing regime of school inspection in England, Oxford Review of Education
Professional inspector or inspecting professional? Teachers as inspectors in a new regulatory regime for education in England, Cambridge Journal of Education
The Politics of Educational Change: Governance and School Inspection in England and Scotland , Swiss Journal of Sociology, 39(2), 37-55.
Who am I and what keeps me going? Profiling the distance learning student in higher education, The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 13(4), 107-129
The impact of professional learning on the online teaching identities of higher education lecturers:the role of resistance discourse , European Journal of Open,Distance and E-Learning 1(2)
ED D MA (ED) PGCE BA Hons SFHEA Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management.