About this team
This research group brings together researchers who study ethical aspects in the field of special education research and practice. Ongoing research draws attention to power symmetries and positionings in society and education and how these can be made visible. This is related to how societal factors and actors at different levels affect development, education and learning, but also how researchers collaborate with children, pupils, students and staff to make participants' perspectives on their practice visible. A common approach in research within this group is to explore the importance of social, political, material and cultural conditions. Questions are raised on how children, pupils and students are included in the education's practices, as well as what equality and quality could be or means. A focus on the organization and collaboration in student health teams and other professions is central.