University of Groningen (the Netherlands), January 20-21, 2021.
Deadline for CFP: 30 September 2020
Archives Portal Europe has an entire topic dedicated to EDUCATION here. From the Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, the documents on teh Essex Education Committee (1935): http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/NL-AmISG/type/fa/id/http_COLON__SLASH__SLASH_hdl.handle.net_SLASH_10622_SLASH_ARCH01225/unitid/http_COLON__SLASH__SLASH_hdl.handle.net_SLASH_10622_SLASH_ARCH01225+-+651/search/0/education
The University of Groningen and CIRSE (the Italian Centre for Research on History of Education) is organising a seminar on the rise of primary and secondary education across European regions in the last two centuries. The scientific committee encourages submissions from a broad range of disciplines that shed light on fundamental aspects of regional variation in schooling, its determinants and impact on social and economic development. These includes:
1. The spatial distribution of education (in terms of schools, enrolment levels, child-teacher ratios, absenteeism etc.)2. Economy and the demand for schooling3. Demography and education4. Education reform and regional differences5. School finance and teacher salaries6. Gender educational inequality7. The local history of schooling
You can send an extended abstract (c. 500 words) to email@example.com by September 30th, 2020. More information here