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Participation, accountability and decision-making atinstitutional level

British Educational Administration Society. Annual Conference

Participation, accountability and decision-making atinstitutional level

proceedings of the third annual conference of the British Educational Administration Society

by British Educational Administration Society. Annual Conference

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Published by Coombe Lodge in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited for the Society by Philippa Andrews and David Parkes.
ContributionsAndrews, Philippa., Parkes, David, 1937 Sept. 14-, British Educational Administration Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21404279M


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Participation, accountability and decision-making atinstitutional level by British Educational Administration Society. Annual Conference Download PDF EPUB FB2

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