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English 15-19 year-olds' vocational education : some lessons for Australia? : discussion paper / William Hall
Bib ID 1811512
Format BookBook
Author
Hall, William C. (William Cecil), 1938-2009
 
Description Adelaide : NCVER, 1994 
51 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0863971350
Series

TD (TNC) ; 37.43.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 48-49.

Subjects Vocational education -- Great Britain.  |  Labor market -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors National Centre for Vocational Education Research (Australia)

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