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.

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January 24th, 2022|news|

NEW PAPER by X. Pons in Mouvements: doi 10.3917/mouv.107.0064

Le recours croissant aux enseignant·es contractuel·les : vers un effet papillon ?

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January 24th, 2022|news|

NEW PAPER by C. Bertron, H. Buisson-Fenet, X. Dumay, X. Pons, A.-E. Velu in Revue Française de Socio-Economie: doi 10.3917/rfse.027.0121

Les enseignants contractuels de […]

November 26th, 2021|news|

NEW PAPER by Tore Sorensen and Xavier Dumay in Comparative Education Review : https://doi.org/10.1086/716418

The Teaching Professions and Globalization: A Scoping Review of the […]

November 26th, 2021|news|

Special Section on Teachers, Teaching, and Globalization Introduction in Comparative Education Review, edited by Tore Sorensen and Xavier Dumay: https://doi.org/10.1086/716449

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