The collection contains essays on educational themes, written by Harry Davies (PHD 1). Dating isusually only possible from internal evidence.
Titles include: 'Books and learning in the secondary school'; 'Conclusion'; 'The day grammarschool'; 'Education and equality'; 'The education of librarians'; 'Home and school'; 'Introduction';'A liberal education for the second half of the twentieth century'; 'Methods of examining'; 'Openingremarks at the last plenary session'; 'Raising the school leaving age and the Humanities'; 'Thesixth-form of the Future'; 'Slaughter of the innocents'; 'The training of teachers'; 'The trainingof teachers of physical education'. There is also a set of short instalments (see accompanyingcorrespondence with Edward Blishen) for a journal. The instalments are entitled 'A-levels'; 'CSEs';'Examinations'; 'O-levels'; 'Matriculation'; 'Subject examinations'; and 'Teacher control ofexams'.
Correspondence. 1964-1968 (PHD 2). Most of the correspondence relates to the commissioning andpublication of articles by Harry Davies.