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Parents say ..., a national survey of parent opinion regarding the education of girls / Australian Parents' Council [and] Australian Council of State School Organisations
Bib ID 2172097
Format BookBook
Author
Australian Parents' Council
 
Description Canberra : Schools Commission, 1979 
viii, 122 p. : graph ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0642912157
Notes

"Project co-ordinator: Lenore Cox."

"In conjunction with the Schools Commission."

Bibliography: p. 116-118.

Subjects Women - Education - Australia - Public opinion.  |  Public opinion - Australia.  |  Parents - Australia.
Other authors/contributors Cox, Lenore A  |  Australian Council of State School Organisations  |  Commonwealth Schools Commission (Australia)

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