Reference numberHWT/30
Alternative reference numberHWT.B.474-B.481
TitleRoyal Society Education Committee
DescriptionA chronological sequence of papers reflecting the Royal Society's activities in the field of education, 1967-1971. After a period of joint education committees with the Institute of Biology, Royal Institute of Chemistry, Institute of Physics and the Institute of Mathematics, the Royal Society decided to set up its own Standing Education Committee which held its first meeting on 28 January 1970. Earlier papers principally relate to a Royal Society/Department of Education and Science Joint Committee on In-Service Training. Thompson was a member of the Joint Committee and the later Royal Society Standing Committee.
Extent8 folders
FormatManuscript and typescript documents, carbon copies and photocopies
Access statusOpen
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