Golden Jubilee

20th June 2003 at 01:00
THE National Foundation for Educational Research has just published a history of the organisation, NFER, the First Fifty Years 1946-1996.

It charts the birth of the NFER in 1946 when a group of educationists were inspired to create a body, independent of the universities, devoted to educational research, and its rise to become one of the world's largest educational research organisations.

www.nfer.ac.uk

diane.spencer

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