Boosting female leadership in international schools

We chat with Julia Knight about her career path to the top and why the sector can do more to help other women realise their leadership ambitions

Dan Worth

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The importance of having diverse leadership across the international school sector is something increasing being discussed.

However, what can schools and teachers at all career stages do to make it happen? Julia Knight is the principal of EtonHouse International School in Bahrain and has been teaching abroad since 2012. She's learned firsthand how to make it to the top of the profession – and has seen the hurdles and stumbling blocks that have to be overcome.

She chatted to Tes about this journey, the issues she encountered, how they can be overcome and how the sector as a whole needs to work harder to make the path to the top easier for female teachers for the latest Tes International podcast.

Listen below or on your podcast platform of choice, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google and Amazon podcasts, by searching “Tes International”.

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