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Title Records of the British Association for International and Comparative Education (formerly the British Comparative and International Education Society)
Date 1969-1999
Extent 4 boxes
AdminHistory The Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE) was founded in 1961 and the British section of the Society came into existence at a conference at the University of Reading in 1965. A revision of the CESE statutes in 1979 no longer included provision for sections and the British Comparative Education Society was formed as an offshoot of CESE. In 1983, its name was amended to the British Comparative and International Education Society (BCIES). Its main aims were to encourage the growth of comparative and international studies by organising conferences, visits and publications, including a journal called Compare. In 1997, it merged with the British Association of Teachers and Researchers in Overseas Education (BATROE) to form the British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE).
ScopeContent Minutes, agenda and associated reports, 1977-1999.
Correspondence, 1983-1996.
Publications, including:
Newsletters of the Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE): British Section, No. 3 (May 1969) and British Comparative and International Education Society (BCIES) No. 4 (1984);
CESE: British Section Bulletin, Vol. 2 Nos 4-5 (Feb-Jul 1971);
Compare: Vol. 3 No. 1 (Feb 1972) to Vol. 7 No. 1 (1977).
Material relating to the World Council of Comparative Education Societies, 1982-1990.
AccessStatus Open
AccessConditions Open, subject to signature of Reader Application Form.
Copyright
FindingAids Catalogued. Paper copy of catalogue availabel in the Archives' search room.
RelatedMaterial The Archives also hold the records of the Comparative Education Society of Europe (CESE), 1969-2006, (Ref: DC/CEE).
Please note: the Institute of Education holds collections that document the changing attitude to teaching and learning since the late 18th century. As a result of the content of these collections, which also covers aspects of social history, the catalogue includes racially offensive terms, and outdated terms for people with learning difficulties, and physical disabilities. Where these terms appear in the catalogue it is in the interest of historical accuracy. Their appearance does not reflect the views or opinions of the Institute or our staff.
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