100 Schools Project, Department of Education and Training WA, Grant,
2003 - 2009, $502,727.
Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Student Retention and Success in High School, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (Projects),
2004 - 2009, $1,059,316.
Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence for Teacher Education and Innovations, Yayasan Sampoerna - Sampoerna Foundation Teacher Institute, Grant,
2007 - 2009, $159,913.
Enhancing Year 12 Student Achievement. Phase 1 (Instrument Development), Mount Lawley Senior High School, Grant,
2008 - 2009, $4,545.
Balga Senior High School ICT Evaluation 2006, Balga Senior High School, Grant,
2006 - 2007, .
Phase 1 of the Year 11 Quality Retention Project, Sevenoaks Senior College, Grant,
2006 - 2007, $18,182.
Aboriginal Students and Numeracy Phase II, Association of Independent Schools of WA, AISWA - Grant,
2004 - 2005, $32,000.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
Cross, G., Campbell-Evans, G., Gray, J., (2018), Beyond the assumptions: Religious schools and their influence on students' social and civic development. International Journal of Christianity & Education, 22(1), 23-38, DOI: 10.1177/2056997117742172.
Macdonald, M., Gringart, E., Kessaris, T., Cooper, M., Gray, J., (2018), A ‘better’ education: An examination of the utility of boarding school for Indigenous secondary students in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Education, 62(2), 192–216, Sage Publications, DOI: 10.1177/0004944118776762.
Macdonald, M., Gringart, E., Gray, J., (2016), Creating shared norms in schools – a theoretical approach. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 45(1), 56-69, Cambridge University Press, DOI: 10.1017/jie.2016.9.
Bolaji, SD., Campbell-Evans, G., Gray, J., (2016), Universal basic education policy implementation in Nigeria. KEDI Journal of Educational Policy, 13(2), 137-158, Korean Educational Development Institute.
Leggett, B., Campbell-Evans, G., Gray, J., (2016), Issues and challenges of school governance. Leading and Managing, 22(1), 36-56, Australian Council for Educational Leaders.
Bolaji, SD., Gray, J., Campbell-Evans, G., (2015), Why do policies fail in Nigeria?. Journal of Education and Social Policy, 2(5), 57-66, USA, Centre for Promoting Ideas.
Campbell-Evans, G., Gray, J., Leggett, B., (2014), Adaptive leadership in school boards in Australia: An emergent model. School Leadership and Management, 34(5), 538-552, Taylor & Francis Group, DOI: 10.1080/13632434.2014.938038.
Lyle, J., Cunningham, C., Gray, J., (2014), The New Australian Curriculum, Teachers and Change Fatigue. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(11), 45-64, Australia, Social Science Press, DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2014v39n11.4.
Leggett, B., Campbell-Evans, G., Gray, J., (2014), Opportunities Taken, Lost or Avoided: The Use of Difference of Opinion in School Decision Making. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(4), 115-124, Australia, Social Science Press, DOI: 10.14221/ajte.2014v39n4.7.
Research Student Supervision
Master of Social Science (Human Services), THE CONSTRUCTION OF ALIENATED STUDENTS AND STUDENTS AT EDUCATIONAL RISK: A STUDY OF THE JUSTICE AND EDUCATION DISCOURSE.
Doctor of Philosophy, PORTRAITS OF MIDDLE EASTERN GULF FEMALE STUDENTS IN AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES.
Doctor of Philosophy, INTENT TO ACTION: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN NIGERIA
Doctor of Philosophy, INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EDUCATION AND CULTURE FOR FEMALE STUDENTS IN TERTIARY SETTINGS IN THE UAE.
Doctor of Philosophy, AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE CHALLENGES TEACHERS FACE WHEN WORKING IN A LOW SOCIO-ECONOMIC PRIMARY SCHOOL.
Master of Education, INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCES OF FEMALE CHILD MIGRANTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA BETWEEN 1948 - 1955
Doctor of Philosophy, CREATIVE REUSE: HOW RESCUED MATERIALS TRANSFORMED MY A/R/TOGRAPHIC PRACTICE
Doctor of Philosophy, RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS IN AUSTRALIA'S EDUCATION SYSTEM: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE SOCIAL AND CIVIC IMPLICATIONS.
Doctor of Education, THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TOURIST POLICE IN THAILAND: AN INVESTIGATION INTO ENGLISH COMMUNICATION COMPETENCY.
Master of Education, TEACHING ABORIGINAL CURRICULUM CONTENT IN AUSTRALIAN HIGH SCHOOLS
Master of Education, THE REALITY OF REFORM: TEACHERS REFLECTING ON CURRICULUM REFORM IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Doctor of Philosophy, IMPLEMENTATION OF INITIATIVES TO REFORM THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN RURAL GHANAIAN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS
Doctor of Philosophy, SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS' BELIEFS REGARDING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS AND FORMAL SCHOOL REGISTRATION.
Doctor of Philosophy, OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES: HOW NATIVE ENGLISH-SPEAKING TEACHERS DEVELOP THE ENGLISH SPEAKING SKILLS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SOUTH KOREA
Doctor of Philosophy, TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF INCLUSIVE STANDARDS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION.
Doctor of Philosophy, GIFTED STUDENTS: PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICES OF REGULAR CLASS TEACHERS
Doctor of Philosophy, THE INFLUENCE OF PARENTS, ENGLISH TEACHERS, FRIENDS AND PEER GROUP ON WEST AUSTRALIAN ADOLESCENTS' RECREATIONAL BOOK READING: FINDINGS FROM THE WEST AUSTRALIAN STUDY IN ADOLESCENT BOOK READING (WASABR)
Doctor of Philosophy, KNOWING AND TEACHING: THE IMPACT OF TEACHERS' KNOWLEDGE ON STUDENTS' EARLY LITERACY ACHIEVEMENT.
Doctor of Philosophy, "MORE THAN THREE 'RS' IN THE CLASSROOM": A CASE STUDY OF ABORIGINAL TERTIARY BUSINESS EDUCATION.
Doctor of Philosophy, MAXIMISING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF PHD GRADUATES TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF THE SEYCHELLES
Master of Education, INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF QUALITY OF LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Doctor of Philosophy, THE EFFECT OF MONEY AS A CONTEXT ON STUDENTS' MENTAL COMPUTATION PERFORMANCE FOR YEARS 3,5,7 AND 9.
Doctor of Philosophy, EXAMINING THE PERCEIVED BENEFIT OF EDUCATION FOR ABORIGINAL SECONDARY STUDENTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.