Commission members and further reading

Commission Panel

Martyn Beer, Deputy Headteacher, Bootham School, York and ASCL Council member
Leora Cruddas, Chief Executive, Confederation of School Trusts (CST)
Professor Becky Francis, Director, UCL Institute of Education
The Rev Nigel Genders, Chief Education Officer, the Church of England
Dr Peter Kent, International Confederation of Principals
Emma Knights OBE, Chief Executive, National Governance Association (NGA)
Anne Lyons, President of the National Association of Headteachers (NAHT)
Julie McCulloch, Director of Policy, Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL)
Dr Jane Martin CBE, Committee for Standards in Public Life
Valentine Mulholland, Head of Policy, NAHT
Stephen Munday, Teaching Schools Council
Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching
Dr William Richardson, General Secretary, Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC)
Carolyn Roberts (chair), former ASCL Honorary Secretary and Headteacher, Thomas Tallis School, Greenwich
Amanda Spielman, HM Chief Inspector, Ofsted
James Toop, Chief Executive, Ambition School Leadership
Malcolm Trobe CBE, independent education specialist, NPQEL Programme Director 

Further reading
Report of the Ethical Leadership Commission to ASCL Annual Conference 2018,  including the Commission's draft Ethical Framework for Educational Leadership

Shared Values in Leader (April 2017) - commission chair Carolyn Roberts shares the background thinking behind the project.

Carolyn also posed questions relating to the subject of ethical leadership in education in this series of blogs.

Doing the right thing - blog on ethical leadership by ASCL Past President Peter Kent (January 2018).

Chief inspector Amanda Spielman on group working to promote 'ethical leadership' in schoolsEducation Uncovered, 8 November 2017.

Why have an ethical leadership commission? by Carolyn Roberts, Education Uncovered,13 November 2017.

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