|Minister of Education and Church Affairs|
14 October 1981 –8 June 1983
|Prime Minister||Kåre Willoch|
|Preceded by||Einar Førde|
|Succeeded by||Kjell Magne Bondevik|
|Member of the Norwegian Parliament|
1 October 1977 –30 September 1989
|Born||8 April 1935|
Skedsmo, Akershus, Norway
Tore Austad (born 8 April 1935) is a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party. Born in Skedsmo, Akershus, he received a cand. philol. degree in 1962, and worked as a professor of Norwegian at the University of Chicago from 1964 to 1966. Returning to Norway he worked at various academic institutions, before being elected to the Storting from the county of Vest-Agder in 1977, where he sat for three periods, until 1989.
On 14 October 1981, he was appointed Minister of Education and Church Affairs in the new government of Kåre Willoch. On 8 June 1983, the Conservative Party joined in a coalition with the Christian Democratic Party and the Centre Party, in order to form a majority government. Austad had to resign, and his position was taken over by Kjell Magne Bondevik.
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Events in the year 1935 in Norway.
Kåre or Kaare may refer to:
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