Nathan Cain grew up in Bury and Manchester, and is a part-time doctoral scholar with the Faculty – having already completed PGCE and Masters courses here. As a baby, he had undiagnosed disabilities, which led to him being marked out by his own head instructor as a ‘problem’ youngster. Fifteen years later, his research focuses on looking for out what head academics actually value – and whether or not that’s truly expressed within the roles they have to perform in faculties. Alongside his Faculty activities, Martyn began to develop the worldwide work that was to turn out to be such an essential facet of his contribution to excited about human rights and inclusion. His research and improvement work for international organisations reflected the same level of generosity and dedication that characterised his work at home. He labored with colleagues at Unicef, OECD, the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive …

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