Remembering Dr W.D. Halls

The Oxford academic and historian of France, Dr W.D. (Bill) Halls, died on 23 March at the age of 92.  Born in 1918, he served as an intelligence officer during the War, picking up his degree work after some five-and-a-half years in the armed forces and went on to complete … Read more →

Remembering Professor Margaret Sutherland

Professor Margaret Sutherland has passed away recently in St Andrews to where she retired after a distinguished academic career. Margaret was one of the stalwarts of the initial British Section of the Comparative Education Society in Europe in the 1960s.  This soon developed into an independent society and has become … Read more →

Remembering Edmund King

The British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) would like to pay tribute to Edmund King, who had been a member and then an honorary member of the society for many years. Edmund had a stimulating intellectual impact on the field of comparative and international education, and was a … Read more →