The school research lead and analysing your school’s readiness for innovation. | Gary

Many school-based interventions fail because they are introduced at too large a scale.  Interventions or innovations which might well have worked if they been developed in a small-pilot, get rolled out into school with insufficient thought given to the know-how, capacity and staff commitment available to support the intervention.   In this post I draw upon the work of Bryk et al (2015) to help school research leads advise senior leaders within a school about the appropriate scale of implementation when introducing a new intervention within a school.

Sizing up the context

Bryk et al (2015)…

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