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Tore Bernt Sorensen

Tore Bernt Sorensen is a postdoctoral researcher on the TeachersCareers Project, based at UC Louvain, Belgium. Tore’s research work focuses on transnational education governance, teaching and learning, and social dialogue.

Written by Tore Bernt Sorensen

  1. Fighting the commercialisation of education 18 May 2021

    “Commitment to social dialogue in education in the European Union: rhetoric or game-changer?”

    Tore Bernt Sorensen, Emiliano Grimaldi, Tomasz Gajderowicz

    Structures that ensure the meaningful representation of the education workforce in social dialogue with employers are fundamental for effective reform and quality education. Yet, little is known about the relationship between social dialogue, privatisation and trends in education reform in the scientific literature.

    “Commitment to social dialogue in education in the European Union: rhetoric or game-changer?”
  2. Union growth 23 March 2020

    “The need for strategy and teacher activism in transnational governance”, by Tore Bernt Sorensen.

    Tore Bernt Sorensen

    Today, the OECD launches “Teachers and School Leaders as Valued Professionals” as the second volume of the TALIS 2018 Results. Being the largest international research programme focused on teachers and school leaders, TALIS is a prime example of how transnational education governance offers opportunities as well as challenges for educators...

    “The need for strategy and teacher activism in transnational governance”, by Tore Bernt Sorensen.
  3. Leading the profession 27 March 2018

    The possibilities for South-North dialogue in education research, by Tore Bernt Sorensen

    Tore Bernt Sorensen

    In this week, the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) is taking place in Mexico City. CIES is based in the US but has around 2500 members from around the world. The Annual Meeting attracts a few thousand participants.

    The possibilities for South-North dialogue in education research, by Tore Bernt Sorensen