International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE)
1978. First conference Sep 1979, Leuven (Belgium). Previously also referred to as International Standing Committee for History of Education. Current constitution approved 27 Jul 2007, Hamburg (Germany). Admitted, 1990, Madrid (Spain), as an internal committee of ICHS; Aug 2000, transformed into a full-fledged affiliated organization of ICHS.
Foster research in the field of history of education; facilitate international contact, intellectual exchange and cooperation between all those work in the field; develop an appreciation of the history of education and its contribution to an understanding of education; encourage the teaching of the subject; arrange and promote sessions.
Events2022-08 | Milan, Italy – Annual Conference
2021-06-16 | Örebro, Sweden – Annual Conference
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