Richard Teese is professor and director of the Centre for Post-Compulsory Education and Training at the University of Melbourne, and the co-author with John Polesel ofUndemocratic Schooling (Melbourne University Press, 2003).

He is a specialist in student achievement, school programs, and transition to further education and work. Teese has had a long career studying the unequal operation of school systems and investigating the social processes underpinning inequality.

Pieces by Richard Teese

Condemned to innovate
Edition 11: Getting Smart

Griffith Review