The Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Network consists of a conglomerate of
practitioners, researchers and policy makers having attended ICSEI since the beginning
of the network in 2009. The ECEC network serves as a platform for getting quick access
to, and exchanging knowledge about, the rapid development of Early Childhood
Education and Care around the world, and especially in the countries that network
The Educational Leadership Network is a platform for the exploration of leadership,
leadership practice, and leadership development across education, involving researchers,
policy makers, educational leaders at all levels, and those with an interest in educational
leadership, management, and administration. The focus of the network is to share and
advance the creation of knowledge in the field of educational leadership, drawing on
perspectives from around the globe.
The 3P network serves a professional practice and research network for all those
professionals engaged in the policy determination, planning and delivery of services to
children and young people. The networks seeks to foster collaboration and knowledge
sharing among professional officers, administrators and, advisers whose role it is to
support the strategic and political determination of policy and subsequently, manage the
delivery of that policy on behalf of the communities for whom they work.
The Methods of Researching Educational Effectiveness and Improvement (MoREI)
Network connects like-minded academics, researchers, practitioners, other stakeholders
and policy-makers who exchange ideas on educational research methods. The network
seeks to promote and stimulate the discussion on up-to-date research methods for school
effectiveness and school improvement research as well as for educational practice.
The Data Use Network brings together researchers, policy makers, and practitioners
working in the field of data-based decision making. The focus is on the use of data, such
as assessments, observations, and surveys, to improve education at the school, classroom,
and individual student levels.
The network of Professional Learning Networks is bringing together researchers,
educators, and policy-makers studying and/or participating in networks for learning. We
define professional learning networks as any group of connected educators who
collaborate to leverage this connectivity in order to improve practices in and across
schools and/or their school system. Our focus thus encompasses (inter-school)
professional development networks, research- or data use teams, lesson study teams,
teacher design teams, and so on.