Kay took up the position of Lecturer in English Education in September 2007. Teaching posts in secondary education have included Head of English 1996-2002; and Deputy Headteacher of a large comprehensive school 2002-2005. She has taught in five comprehensive schools in Sandwell, Birmingham and Worcestershire. Her career in education follows a career in retail management in Blackpool, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and Birmingham.
Fuller, K.E. (forthcoming) Gender, Identity and Educational Leadership, Continuum.
Fuller, K.E., Parsons, S., MacNab, N. and Thomas, H. (2013) How far is leadership distributed in extended services?, Educational Management Administration and Leadership
Fuller, K.E. (2012) Leading with emancipatory intent: Headteachers' approaches to pupil diversity, Educational Management Administration and Leadership 40, 6, 672 -689. http://ema.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/10/02/1741143212456911
Fuller, K.E. (2010) Talking about gendered headship: how do women and men working in schools conceive and articulate notions of gender? Journal of Educational Administration and History. ISSN: 0022-0620.DOI: 10.1080/00220620.2010.514041
Fuller, K.E. (2010) English lessons: children’s poetic perspectives, English in Education, 44, 2, 146-163. ISSN: 0425-0494. DOI: 10.1111/j.1754-8845.2010.01062.x
Fuller, K.E. (2009) Women secondary head teachers: Alive and well in Birmingham at the beginning of the twenty-first century, Management in Education, 23, 1, 19-31. ISSN: 0892-0206. DOI: 10.1177/089202060809907