New Issue of Nordic Studies in Education

We are pleased to inform you that the latest issue of Nordic Studies in Education has just been published!

Vol 43, No 2 is the second part of our special double issue on the Nordic dimension in education, guest-edited by John Benedicto Krejsler. Part 2 includes the following five peer-reviewed articles:

Positions of Newly Arrived Students in Nordic Education Policies and Practices by Jenni Helakorpi (University of Helsinki), Marianne Dovemark (University of Gothenburg), Annette Rasmussen (Aalborg University) and Gunilla Holm (University of Helsinki)

Second Language and Mother Tongue Education for Immigrant Children in Nordic Educational Policies: Search for a Common Nordic Dimension by Renata Emilsson Peskova (University of Iceland), Anna Lindholm (Karlstad University), Maria Ahlholm (University of Helsinki), Eva Thue Vold (University of Oslo), Hermína Gunnþórsdóttir (University of Akureyri), Anna Slotte (University of Helsinki) and Sofia Esmann Busch (University College Absalon)

When Nordic Education Myths Meet Economic Realities: The “Nordic Model” in Education Export in Finland and Sweden by Linda Rönnberg (Umeå University) and Helena Hinke Dobrochinski Candido (University of Helsinki)

TThe Paradox of Documentation in Early Childhood Special Education in Finland and Norway: Exploring Discursive Tensions in the Public Debate by Noora Heiskanen (University of Eastern Finland) and Karianne Franck (Queen Maud University College of Early Childhood Education)

Making Rural Areas Attractive for Teachers and Principals:Putting Rural Educational Settings on the Agenda by by Sandra Lund (Mid Sweden University) and Gunilla Karlberg-Granlund (Åbo Akademi University)

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