David H. Hargreaves

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"Professor David H Hargreaves is Associate Director for Development and Research, Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, and Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge. He has served for many years in teacher education, and has been Professor of Education in the University of Cambridge and Reader in Education at the University of Oxford. He has also been involved in educational administration and policy making as Chief Inspector of the Inner London Education Authority, Chief Executive of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, and Chairman of the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency. He has served on the Economic and Social Research Council and is a Foundation Academician of the Academy of the Social Sciences.

"His is the author of many books, including Social relations in a secondary school (1967), Interpersonal relations and education (1972), Deviance in classrooms (1975), The challenge for the comprehensive school (1982), School development planning (1988), The mosaic of learning (1994), Creative professionalism (1998), Education epidemic (2003) Working laterally (2003), Learning for life (2004) and a series of six pamphlets on Personalising learning (2004-6). "[1]

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  1. Demos David H. Hargreaves, organizational web page, accessed June 11, 2013.