The REFORMED team includes senior researchers, postdoctoral fellows, PhD students, and Master students whose work focuses on the study of global education reforms
Due to its international reach, the REFORMED project is being developed in close collaboration with associated researchers, and in regular communication with our scientific advisors.
Andrade OliveiraProfessor of Public Education Policies at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and coordinator of the Latin American Network of Studies on Teaching Work.Coordinates the partner project "Public policies for improving High school: socialization, translation and transfer of scientific results".
BallDistinguished Service Professor at the UCL Institute of Education.He is scientific advisor of the REFORMED project.
EchávarriResearch Associate at the Sheffield Institute for International Development at the University of Sheffield.Studies SAWA reforms in the Mexican context
FalabellaAssociate professor at Universidad Alberto Hurtado, focusing on the ways market-driven and accountability policies are understood and experienced among schools and families.Is a REFORMED associate researcher working on the case of Chile
FloresPhD candidate at ISCTE and UAB.Is studying the application of the REFORMED project to the Portuguese case.
GrekSenior Lecturer in Social Policy at the Social Policy School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh.Is scientific advisor of the REFORMED project.
Elisabeth GunnulfsenDoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research of the University of Oslo.Is a REFORMED associate researcher working on the case of Norway.
Kosar-AltinyelkenAssistant Professor at the Department of Child Development and Education, Universiteit van Amsterdam.Is a REFORMED associate researcher working on the case of The Netherlands
MøllerProfessor at University of Oslo, Department of Teacher Education and School Research.Is a REFORMED associate researcher working on the case of Norway.
Peraza SanginésLecturer in the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM).Coordinates the partner project “Autonomy and Accountability in the Mexican Education Reform”.
Prieto EgidoAssistant professor at the Department of Didactics and Theory of Education, Faculty of Teachers’ Training and Education.,Autonomous University of Madrid.Is a REFORMED associate researcher working on the case of Madrid (Spain).
SkedsmoAssociate Professor at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo in Norway, and Professor at the Institute for the Management and Economics of Education, University of Teacher Education Zug in Switzerland.Is a REFORMED associate researcher working on the case of Madrid (Spain).