Throughout 2022 we are publishing monthly blogs exploring each decade of IOE’s 120-year history in the context of the education and society of the times.
The final installment of this IOE120 blog series draws together the the many individuals and organizations that have been a vital part of IOE’s impact and brings a view of its future in education and society.
Educational leadership took on new importance while ‘the self-improving school system’ came into the fore, writes Dr David Godfrey.
The 1990s was a decade in history when two great pillars of British social science came together – IOE, and the British birth cohort studies!
Professor Peter Mortimore on how two major education players, IOE and the Inner London Education Authority (ILEA) were shaped by government policy of the time and what this meant for education in the capital.
Professor Michael Young examines Basil Bernstein's influence on the sociology of education.
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Professor Judith Suissa explores the impact of one of the Institute's founding disciplines: the philosophy of education.
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How did we approach Empire, Commonwealth and decolonisation in the 1950s? Professor Elaine Unterhalter examines IOE's work then and now, as we 'attempt to confront and change inequalities and injustices'.
Professor Gary McCulloch explores how the field of education changed within and beyond IOE as the nation emerged from the Second World War.
Professor Gary McCulloch examines IOE’s transition from London Day Training College to the University of London Institute of Education and its further development as a centre for educational research.
Nazlin Bhimani, Research Support and Special Collections Librarian at IOE, explores the expansion of IOE in the interwar years.
Dr Georgina Brewis looks at the impact of the First World War on the London Day Training College (as IOE was then known) and education and society across the nation.
Professor Tom Woodin looks at the foundation of IOE as the London Day Training College in 1902.