Meghan Stacey

Lecturer, Sociology of Education and Education Policy
Lecturer

Dr Meghan Stacey is a lecturer in the sociology of education and education policy. Taking a particular interest in teachers, her research considers how teachers’ work is framed by policy, as well as the effects of such policy for those who work with, within and against it. Meghan completed her PhD with the University of Sydney in 2018. 

 

Publications

Book Chapters
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2019, 'Strategy and policy: the 'professionalisation' of teaching and the work of an Australian teachers' union', in Lansbury RD; Johnson A; van den Broek D (ed.),
2019
Hayes D; Stacey M, 2018, 'Ethnographies in education: Misunderstandings and new developments', in Gannon S; Hattam R; Sawyer W (ed.), Resisting Educational Inequality Reframing Policy and Practice in Schools Serving Vulnerable Communities, pp. 203 - 213
2018
2018, 'Ethnographies in education: Misunderstandings and new developments', in Gannon S; Hattam R; Sawyer W (ed.), , pp. 203 - 213
2018
Forsey M; Proctor H; Stacey M, 2017, 'A most poisonous debate: Legitimizing support for Australian private schools', in Koinzer T; Nikolai R; Waldow F (ed.), Private Schools and School Choice in Compulsory Education Global Change and National Challenge, Springer, pp. 49 - 66
2017
2017, 'A most poisonous debate: Legitimizing support for Australian private schools', in Koinzer T; Nikolai R; Waldow F (ed.), , Springer, pp. 49 - 66
2017
Journal articles
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2019, 'Deficit discourses and teachers’ work: the case of an early career teacher in a remote Indigenous school', Critical Studies in Education, pp. 1 - 16,
2019
2019, '‘If you’re wrong for the place you just don’t survive’: examining the work of early career teachers in context', Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, vol. 25, pp. 404 - 417,
2019
Stacey M, 2019, '‘If you’re wrong for the place you just don’t survive’: examining the work of early career teachers in context', Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, vol. 25, pp. 404 - 417,
2019
2019, 'Principals’ support for teachers’ working conditions in devolved school settings: Insights from two Australian States', Educational Management Administration & Leadership, vol. 47, pp. 590 - 605,
2019
McGrath-Champ S; Stacey M; Wilson R; Fitzgerald S; Rainnie A; Parding K, 2019, 'Principals’ support for teachers’ working conditions in devolved school settings: Insights from two Australian States', Educational Management Administration & Leadership, vol. 47, pp. 590 - 605,
2019
Fitzgerald S; McGrath-Champ S; Stacey M; Wilson R; Gavin M, 2018, 'Intensification of teachers’ work under devolution: A ‘tsunami’ of paperwork', Journal of Industrial Relations,
2018
Fitzgerald S; Stacey M; McGrath-Champ S; Parding K; Rainnie A, 2018, 'Devolution, market dynamics and the Independent Public School initiative in Western Australia: ‘winning back’ what has been lost?', Journal of Education Policy, vol. 33, pp. 662 - 681,
2018
2018, 'Devolution, market dynamics and the Independent Public School initiative in Western Australia: ‘winning back’ what has been lost?', Journal of Education Policy, vol. 33, pp. 662 - 681,
2018
2018, 'Intensification of teachers’ work under devolution: A ‘tsunami’ of paperwork', Journal of Industrial Relations,
2018
Stacey M, 2017, 'The teacher ‘problem’: an analysis of the NSW education policy Great Teaching, Inspired Learning', Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, vol. 38, pp. 782 - 793,
2017
Parding K; McGrath-Champ S; Stacey M, 2017, 'Teachers, school choice and competition: Lock-in effects within and between sectors', Policy Futures in Education, vol. 15, pp. 113 - 128,
2017
2017, 'The teacher ‘problem’: an analysis of the NSW education policy Great Teaching, Inspired Learning', Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, vol. 38, pp. 782 - 793,
2017
2017, 'Teachers, school choice and competition: Lock-in effects within and between sectors', Policy Futures in Education, vol. 15, pp. 113 - 128,
2017
Stacey M, 2016, 'Middle-class parents’ educational work in an academically selective public high school', Critical Studies in Education, vol. 57, pp. 209 - 223,
2016
2016, 'Middle-class parents’ educational work in an academically selective public high school', Critical Studies in Education, vol. 57, pp. 209 - 223,
2016
Other
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2019, Submission to: Valuing Australia’s teachers: Parliamentary Inquiry into the status of the teaching profession
2019
McGrath-Champ S; Wilson R; Fitzgerald S; Stacey M; Gavin M; Parding K, 2019, Submission to: Valuing Australia’s teachers: Parliamentary Inquiry into the status of the teaching profession,
2019
2016, Submission to: Education and Health Standing Committee Inquiry into the Department of Education's Independent Public Schools Initiative
2016
Fitzgerald S; McGrath-Champ S; Wilson R; Stacey M; Rainnie A; Parding K, 2016, Submission to: Education and Health Standing Committee Inquiry into the Department of Education's Independent Public Schools Initiative,
2016
Reports
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2019, Understanding Work in WA Public Schools: 2019 Report to the State School Teachers Union of WA
2019
McGrath-Champ S; Wilson R; Stacey M; Fitzgerald S, 2018, Understanding work in schools: The foundation for teaching and learning, The NSW Teachers Federation,
2018
2018, Understanding work in schools: The foundation for teaching and learning
2018
2017, Teaching and learning: Review of workload
2017
McGrath-Champ S; Wilson R; Stacey M, 2017, Teaching and learning: Review of workload,
2017