The TeachersCareers Project constitutes the first systematic comparative project in Europe aimed at understanding the role of the institutional dimensions affecting teachers’ careers and the teaching profession as a whole. The entry point for the project is that teacher policy since the 1970s across Europe and globally has been affected by a set of emphatic shifts in institutional logics: a shift from governing to governance, from education to learning, and from relatively stable and long-term employment relations to a flexibilisation paradigm.


February 13th, 2023|news|

New article by Caroline Bertron, Anne-Elise Vélu, Hélène Buisson-Fenet and Xavier Dumay in Work, Employment and Society, A Journal of the British Sociological Association, […]

January 17th, 2023|news|

New publication by Cécile Mathou, Marc Sarazin & Xavier Dumay in the British Journal of Sociology of Education.View publication link and PDF file at […]

January 1st, 2023|news|

New book chapter in the International Encyclopedia of Education (4th Edition) by Jo Helgetun: “The Global and the local: idea flows, contexts, and the influencing […]

November 23rd, 2022|news|

New paper by Caroline Bertron and Hélène Buisson-Fenet on the recruitment of contract teachers in France.View publication link and PDF file at our “Publications” […]