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Promoting the study and teaching of the history of education

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Educating Workhouse Children

Educating Workhouse Children by Dr Lesley Hulonce In 1877 schools inspector, J. L. Clutterbuck, painted this rather weary and monotonous picture of workhouse education: The annals of workhouse schools, as a rule, are uneventful. Teachers come and go, and boards of...



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Annual Conference 2017

Celebration, Commemoration and Collaboration – milestones in the history of education

November 10-12, 2017
Winchester Hotel, Worthy Lane, Winchester

History of Education Society, UK

Credit for photo, with great thanks: Hampshire Record Office: 70A09/4/112/183.

Online search of articles from historical journals, 1939-2014

Postdoctoral research post on the Mobile Museum project.

Postdoctoral research post on the Mobile Museum project. Historians of education will be particularly interested in a new postdoctoral research position on the Mobile Museum: Economic Botany in Circulation project. The appointee will join an interdisciplinary research...