Durham Resilience Project: Research & Evaluation

Suna Eryigit-Madzwamuse, Josie Maitland

Research output: Book/ReportProject report

Abstract

The Durham Resilience Project (DRP) was a complex process that was shaped by the varied contexts in which it was implemented. This evaluation has sought to explore data across multiple system levels, and from multiple stakeholders, in order to identify the contextual mechanisms that were perceived to have increased the impact of the DRP, and to summarise the changes that have been observed in these cases.
This report summarises key findings from the data collected alongside the DRP. The report considers the potential of the DRP to contribute to capacity building and sustainability of good practice in relation to resilience across multiple levels of the school system. Findings are presented to illustrate the impact of the DRP for multiple stakeholders, including pupils, and staff at school and county levels.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages122
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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