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Higham, Rob and Shah, Alpa (2013) Affirmative action and political economic transformations : secondary education, indigenous people and the state in Jharkhand, India. Focaal : Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, 2013 (65). pp. 80-93. ISSN 0920-1297
Higham, Rob and Shah, Alpa (2013) Conservative force or contradictory resource? : Education and Affirmative Action in Jharkhand, India. Compare: A Journal of Comparative Education. ISSN 0305-7925 (In Press)
Higham, Rob and Shah, Alpa (2013) Education, livelihoods and affirmative action: caste/tribe and class in Jharkhand, India. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. ISSN 1469-3623 (In Press)
Higham, Rob (2013) Free schools in the Big Society : the motivations, aims and demography of free school proposers. Journal of Education Policy, N/A (N/A). N/A. ISSN 0268-0939
Higham, Rob and Earley, Peter (2013) School autonomy and Government control : school leaders' views on a changing policy landscape in England. Educational Management, Administration and Leadership, 41 (6). N/A. ISSN 1741-1432
Higham, Rob and Shah, Alpa (2013) Secondary education, affirmative action and the post-liberalisation state: a historical analysis of Adivasis in Jharkhand, India. Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology. ISSN 09201297 (In Press)
Earley, Peter and Higham, Rob and Allen, Rebecca and Allen, Tracey and Howson, Jonathan and Nelson, Rebecca and Rawal, Shenila and Lynch, Sarah and Morton, Laura and Mehta, Palak and Sims, David (2012) Review of the school leadership landscape. [Report]
Higham, Rob and Edge, Karen (2012) The role and influence of Districts in Connecting Classrooms partnerships. British Council.
Earley, Peter and Nelson, R and Higham, Rob and Bubb, Sara and Porritt, Vivienne and Coates, Max (2011) The Experiences of New Headteachers in Cities. [Report]
Matthews, Peter and Higham, Rob and Stoll, Louise and Brennan, Janet and Riley, Kathryn (2011) Prepare to lead: how schools, federations and chains grow education leaders. National College for School Leadership, Nottingham.
Higham, Rob and Hopkins, David (2010) Developing as a System Leader. In: Developing Successful Leadership. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 133-154. ISBN 978-90-481-9105-5
Bisset, Mark and Clark, Frazer and Hands, Angela and Mackay, Jonathan and Cockburn, Ian and Comer, James and Epps, Andrew and Higham, Rob and Kuan, Ah Mun (2010) Department for Education: The Academies Programme : National Audit Office Report by the Comptroller and Auditor General, HC 288 Session 2010–2011. The Stationery Office, London. ISBN 9780102965476
Edge, Karen and Higham, Rob and Frayman, Keren (2010) Evidence from schools involved in Connecting Classrooms Sub-Saharan Africa : a study of successful partnerships. British Council.
Higham, Rob (2010) Federations and System Leadership. In: Secondary International Handbook of Educational Change. Springer, New York.
Higham, Rob (2010) Place, race and exclusion: university student voices in post-apartheid South Africa. International Journal of Inclusive Education. ISSN 1360-3116
Higham, Rob (2010) School to School collaboration: improvement and collaboration? In: International Encyclopaedia of Education. Elsevier, Oxford. ISBN 9780080448930
Higham, Rob and Hopkins, David and Matthews, P (2009) System leadership in practice. Open University Press, Maidenhead. ISBN 9780335236121
Hopkins, David and Higham, Rob and Ahtaridou, Elpida (2009) School Leadership in England: contemporary challenges, innovative responses and future trends. National College for School Leadership, Nottingham.
Higham, Rob and Hopkins, David and Ahtaridou, Elpida (2008) Improving School Leadership: Country Background Report for England. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris.
Hopkins, David and Higham, Rob (2007) System Leadership: Mapping the Landscape. School Leadership and Management, 27 (2). pp. 147-166. ISSN 1363-2434
Higham, Rob and Hopkins, David (2007) System Leadership for Educational Renewal in England: the case of Federations and Executive Heads. Australian Journal of Education, 51 (3). pp. 299-314.