Ms. Nokukhanya Ndlovu is a lecturer in the Educational Leadership, Management, and Policy discipline and teaches modules within this discipline. Her research interests include leadership and policy issues in education, lived experiences of early-career academics, and self-reflexive methodologies. She supervises postgraduate students in the BEd and Masters’ programmes. She is currently reading for her doctoral studies focusing on early-career principals leading in deprived school contexts. In 2020 she was a visiting scholar at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City.
- BSocSc (PPE) -UKZN
- PGCE -UKZN
- BEd Honours (ELMP)-UKZN
- MEd (ELMP)-UKZN
- Ndlovu, N., Myende, P., & Vezi, S. (2020). Principals in supporting out-of-field teachers: Perspectives from South African Principals. The International Journal of Educational Organization and Leadership 27(2),21-38.
- Mbatha, N., Msiza, V., Ndlovu, N., & Zondi., T. (2020). The Academentia of ECAs: Navigating Academic Terrain Through Critical Friendships as a Life Jacket. Educational Research for Social Change 9(0), 31-44.