Jane Reed (Findhorn)

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"Head of The International Network for School Improvement at the London Centre for Leadership in Learning based in the Institute of Education, London. She is a senior lecturer, consultant and coach with a background in developing the connections between classroom pedagogy, professional learning and school development.

"Her current area of work is in learning processes that free schools for social and environmental responsiveness. She has been studying in the field of ecology and systems thinking and its application to school change and leadership for the past fifteen years. In the 1990s she set up the first ecoliteracy project in the UK, inspired by the work of Fritjof Capra. In 2007 she led a research review in partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature on the greening of school leadership for The National College for School Leadership ( NCSL) and is currently working in partnership with Forum for the Future for NCSL researching and supporting the development of sustainability in 56 schools in England. " [1]

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  1. Board, Findhorn Foundation College, accessed October 31, 2011.