The History of Education Quarterly publishes: Articles Documents Debates on important issues in the history of education Retrospectives Research Notes Book Reviews Film Reviews Topics span the history of education, both formal and nonformal, including the history of childhood, youth, and the family. The subjects are not limited to any time period and are universal in scope. The Quarterly is published in cooperation with the College of Education, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
The History of Education Society is an international scholarly society. Its purposes are to encourage and facilitate research in the history of education; to promote and improve the teaching of history of education; to encourage cooperation among specialists in history of education; to promote an appreciate of the value of historical perspective in the making of educational policy. The Society is affiliated with the International Standing Conference for the History of Education, and members of the Society are automatically members of the standing Conference.