Παρασκευή, 9 Ιουνίου 2017

History of Education

History of Education


  Vol. 46, n°4, 7/2017


  • ‘“Navvy” import alions [sic]’: the schooling of navvy children in the Midlands in the 1890s, Bryan John Ayres
  • Enriching the historiography of Religious Education: insights from oral life history, Jonathan Doney, Stephen G. Parker & Rob Freathy
  • The formation, development and contribution of the New Ideals in Education conferences, 1914–1937, John Howlett
  • Primary school teachers as a tool of secularisation of society in communist Czechoslovakia, Jiří Zounek, Michal Šimáně & Dana Knotová
  • A legal odyssey: denazification law, Nazi elite schools, and the construction of postwar memory, Tim Mueller
  • Strange encounters on the road to lifelong learning: the European economic community meets permanent education in 1973, Barry J. Hake



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