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2 edition of Departmental organisation in secondary schools = found in the catalog.

Departmental organisation in secondary schools =

Great Britain. Welsh Office. Education Department. Inspectorate.

Departmental organisation in secondary schools =

Trefniadaeth adrannol mewn ysgolion uwchradd.

by Great Britain. Welsh Office. Education Department. Inspectorate.

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Published by Welsh Office in [Cardiff] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

English and Welsh text.

SeriesHMI(Wales). Occasional paper
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14830323M


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