Adult education into tertiary - local models
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Published by FEU in London .
Written in English

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At foot of title: Harrow College of Further Education, Department of Adult Studies.

Statement[by] Richard Baker [and] Susan Harrison.
SeriesFEU experimental college project -- RP 174
ContributionsHarrison, Susan., Great Britain. Further Education Unit., Harrow College of Further Education. Department of Adult Studies.
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Open LibraryOL13898549M

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