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Tasmanian Aborigines and further education / Ans van Heyster
Bib ID 224112
Format BookBook
Author
Van Heyster, Ans
 
Description [Hobart] : Education Dept. of Tasmania, Research Branch, 1981 
36, [49] p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724618163
Series

Research study (Tasmania. Education Department Research Branch) no. 65.

Summary

Survey of knowledge of education system and perceived needs which further education could fulfil.

Subjects Australian Aborigines. Further education. Tasmania.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Education -- Tasmania.  |  Continuing education -- Tasmania.  |  Adult education -- Tasmania.  |  Education - Tertiary.  |  Tasmania (Tas)
Other authors/contributors Tasmania. Education Department Research Branch

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