Other History of Education Societies
ISCHE The International Standing Conference for the History of Education
Publishers specialising in History of Education titles
Thoemmes Press specialist in reprints
Peter Lang History of Schools and Schooling Series
The Homeroom. a gateway to information about the history of education and schools in British Columbia
Internet Modern History Sourcebook - Studying History
The/untimely/past poststructuralist and postmodernist history
Derek Gillard's Education in England Web site contains the full text of the Hadow and Plowden Reports
Daniel Schugurensky's History of Education: Selected moments
Kathy Seymour's Middle School Research site
History of Education in Uruguay in Spanish
Collection of Outdated Textbooks, endowed by Professor Gordon Batho, University of Durham, UK
http://www.technicaleducationmatters.org/ contains some useful material on the history of technical and vocational education
http://archiveshub.ac.uk: You can use the Archives Hub to find unique sources for research. The Archives Hub enables you to search across a wealth of archives held at nearly 200 UK institutions including the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford.
AIM25 Archives in London
http://copac.ac.uk: The Copac library catalogue gives free access to the merged online catalogues of many major University, Specialist, and National Libraries in the UK and Ireland, including the British Library, National Library of Scotland and the National Library of Wales.
Warwick Modern Records Centre History of Education holdings
Readers of German will appreciate the impressive resources at Historische Bildungsforschung Online. The link goes to a description of what is available in English.
Courses in the History of Education
Family Genealogy & History Internet Education Directory. Professional worldwide humanities and social sciences mega portal, connected directly to thousands of related sub-sets, with billions of primary or secondary database family history and genealogy records. It encompasses all other key worldwide genealogy sites.http://www.academic-genealogy.com/
Social Change and English: A Study of Three English Departments 1945-1965
A new website has been developed with regard to the three-year project - funded by the Leverhulme Trust - on Social Change and English, 1945-1965. The aim of the project is to produce a history of developments in the teaching of English in three London secondary schools in the twenty years after the war. The research methods involve interviews with teachers and pupils together with the study of documents, photographs and films (including student work). The most immediate aim of the project is to record people’s memories while there is still time, and make these available. The website contains information about the schools in the study, the project team and the advisory board as well as publishing interim findings.