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Report on an International Seminar on Bilingualism in Education, Aberystwyth, Wales / arranged by the United Kingdom National Commission for Unesco
Bib ID 2246762
Format BookBook
Author
International Seminar on Bilingualism in Education (1960 : Aberystwyth)
 
Description London : H.M.S.O., 1965 
233 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title: Bilingualism in education.

At head of title: Dept. of Education and Science.

Bibliography: p.214-227.

Subjects Bilingualism.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Department of Education and Science  |  United Kingdom National Commission for Unesco
Also Titled

Bilingualism in education.

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