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Culture and Learning

Access and Opportunity in the Classroom (PB) (International Perspectives on Curriculum)
  • 420 Pages
  • 3.18 MB
  • English
Information Age Publishing
Philosophy of education, Educational sociology, Critical pedagogy, Education / Teaching, Education, Philosophy & Social Aspects, Aims & Objectives, Education / Aims & Objectives, Academic achievement, Social as
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL9618056M
ISBN 101593111789
ISBN 139781593111786

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