Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain

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The Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain was established in 1964 'to promote the development and teaching of the rigorous philosophical study of educational questions'.[1] Professor Louis Arnaud Reid was the first President.

The Society has a regional network and its members are from both the UK and overseas. Membership is open to individuals who have been or are engaged in some form of study of the philosophy of education. It also holds regular events, including an annual conference and publishes the Journal of Philosophy of Education and the booklet series IMPACT.[2]


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Archive material held at the Institute of Education. Available on the online catalogue