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Publisher Series: Penguin Education

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Works (23)

TitlesOrder
Basic statistics in behavioural research by A. E. Maxwell
Britain in the modern world : the twentieth century by E. N. Nash
The city: problems of planning: selected readings by Murray Stewart
Communication in organizations : selected readings by Lyman W. Porter
Deschooling Society by Ivan Illich
Early learning and early experience: selected readings: by W Sluckin
Economic Systems and Society (Penguin modern economics texts) by George Dalton
End of Inequality?: Stratification Under State Socialism (Penguin modern sociology monographs) by David Lane
The Lives of Children: The Story of the First Street School (Innovators in Education) by George Dennison
Lost for Words: Language and Educational Failure by J. W. Patrick Creber
Management and the Social Sciences (Penguin modern management texts) by Tom Lupton
Mathematics and Logic: Retrospect and Prospects by Mark Kac
Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire
Personality Assessment by Boris Semeonoff
Psychology and religion: selected readings by Laurence Binet Brown
The School That I'd Like by Edward Blishen
Skills : selected readings by David Legge
Social psychology in everyday life : selected readings by Paul George Swingle
Socialization (Penguin science of behaviour: Social psychology) by Kurt Danziger
Sociological Perspectives (Penguin Education) by Kenneth Thompson
The symmetrical family : a study of work and leisure in the London region by Michael Dunlop Young
Witchcraft and Sorcery by Max Marwicknot in English Common Knowledge
The World of Goods: Towards an Anthropology of Consumption by Mary Douglas

Series description

In 1965 Penguin entered the field of educational publishing, Allen Lane’s aim being to carry the radical and populist spirit of Pelicans into the schoolbook market. His final major initiative, the division was established as a separate publishing operation from Harmondsworth, and based in West Drayton in Middlesex. During its nine-year life it had a major impact on school books, breaking new ground in their concept and design and strongly influencing other publishers’ lists.

Penguin Education also published an extensive range of Readers and introductory texts for students in higher education, notably in subjects such as psychology, economics, management, sociology and science, while for teachers it provided a series of key texts such as Language, the Learner and the School and The Language of Primary School Children.

Following Allen Lane’s death in 1970 and the takeover the same year by Pearson Longman, the division discontinued publishing school books and was closed in March 1974.
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