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A stitch in time, strengthening the first years of school / Compulsory Years of Schooling Project, Schools Council, National Board of Employment, Education and Training
Bib ID 1871062
Format BookBook
Author
Gifford, Jean
 
Description Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1992 
viii, 58 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0644249234
Series

Commissioned report (Australia. National Board of Employment, Education and Training) ; no. 16.

Project paper (Compulsory Years of Schooling Project (Australia)) ; no. 3.

Notes

Jean Gifford, author.

Cat. no. 921805.

Bibliography: p. 43-48.

Subjects Primary school teaching -- Australia.  |  Primary schools -- Australia.  |  Early childhood education -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Schools Council (Australia)  |  Compulsory Years of Schooling Project (Australia)
Terms of Use Commonwealth of Australia 1992. 

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