Derek J. Allison

Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Education, The University of Western Ontario

Derek J. Allison, B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D., is a Professor Emeritus in the Faculty of Education at the University of Western Ontario. Derek began his teaching career in England, before moving to Alberta, where he was a school principal. After completing his graduate work at the University of Alberta, he accepted a position with the faculty of education at the University of Western Ontario. Where he taught social and legal foundations of education for 36 years, and skillfully guided hundreds of graduate students through advanced research and study. He gained acclaim for his teaching, especially his outstanding lectures, and his skill as a mentor and advisor to graduate students. He has an extensive record in research and publication with particular interests in the organization and operation of schools, theories of leadership, and the philosophy of inquiry. He is the recipient of 10 teaching awards and the Distinguished Service Award of the Canadian Association for the Study of Educational Administration.

Recent Research by Derek J. Allison

— sep 29, 2016
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Un paysage diversifié: les écoles indépendantes au Canada

Un paysage diversifié : les écoles indépendantes au Canada est la première étude de ce genre qui classe toutes les écoles indépendantes au Canada, y compris celles du Québec. L’ étude trouve que la vaste majorité des écoles indépendantes au Québec ne correspond pas au stéréotype des écoles privées réservées aux élites; elles offrent plutôt des programmes alternatifs ou d’éducation religieuse qui ne sont pas disponibles dans le système public.