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Adrienne Alton-Lee leads the New Zealand Ministry of Education’s Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis (BES) Programme. She endeavours to leverage evidence about influences on valued outcomes for diverse (all) learners for educational system improvement. The BES development process she leads is strengthened through collaborative work with teachers and principals. Her vision is focused on the role of collaborative high-impact research and development as a driver for improvement.

Dr Alton-Lee is a Fellow of the International Academy of Education and has recently taken the role of editor of the International Academy of Education’s Education Policy Series. She was formerly a teacher, classroom researcher, Professor and an Associate Editor of Teaching and Teacher Education. She has published in leading educational journals including the Harvard Educational Review, the Elementary School Journal, the International Journal of Inclusive Education, the Cambridge Journal of Education and the Review of Research in Education.

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