POLNET held a book launch seminar on the findings from the recently published book "Evidence and Expertise in Nordic Education Policy."
POLNET member Saija Volmari presented "Policy Knowledge and the Emergent Expert: Finnish Curriculum Reform in an Era of International Comparison."
POLNET Member Íris Santos successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation entitled "Externalisations in the Portuguese Parliament and Print Media: A complexity approach to education policymaking processes" on March 17, 2022.
POLNET will hold a symposium entitled “Translating Education Policy Knowledge: A Comparison within and across the Nordic Region” at the annual meeting for the Nordic Educational Research Association.
POLNET will have a paper symposium entitled "Tracing the Formation and Utilization of Policy Knowledge and Research in Nordic Education Policy” at the European Conference on Educational Research 2021.
POLNET will have a paper session entitled "Tracing the Formation and Utilization of Evidence in Nordic Education Policy" at the annual meeting for the Comparative & International Education Society. Our session is selected as the highlighted session for the Globalization & Education SIG.
POLNET team will hold a symposium entitled “Did the Nordic Model Survive? A comparative-historical analysis of school reform policy” at the NordEd conference on April 22, 2021.
We are thrilled to welcome Chanwoong Baek and Gunnlaugur Magnússon to the POLNET project! The scholars will contribute to understanding education policy knowledge and networks within and across the Nordic region.
POLNET's Virtual Research Workshop brings together scholars to discuss the important findings and contributions of its book project.
POLNET organized a symposium and presented its research findings at the annual meeting of the Nordic Educational Research Association (NERA) in Turku, Finland
The POLNET project organized a workshop to explore how bibliometric data and findings can be compared accross the Nordic countries.
How do policy makers and experts draw on regional and/or international knowledge when they formulate policies for national school reforms? What counts for them as evidence and expertise? Research findings and questions were discussed in a double symposium organized by the POLNET project at the Annual Conference for the Comparative & International Education Society in San Francisco.
After two days of intense discussions and planning of future publications, the research group organised a double symposium at the Annual meeting of the Nordic Educational Research Association (NERA).
From the 4th until the 5th of March the POLNET research group met to share ideas and preliminary findings. The team discussed how bibliometric network analysis can be used to identify prominent knowledge sources in governmental documents on past and ongoing school reforms within the Nordic region. We decided to co-write an international book on evidence-use and the role of expertise in policy-making processes.