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Child/parent centres : schools planning information
Bib ID 2289777
Format BookBook
Description [Adelaide] : Education Dept. of South Australia, 1986 
36 p. : ill., plan ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724389849
Notes

At foot of title page: School Buildings Information Unit and Early Childhood Education Section.

Subjects Nursery schools -- South Australia -- Planning.  |  School buildings -- South Australia -- Planning.
Other authors/contributors South Australia. Education Department Early Childhood Section  |  South Australia. Education Department School Buildings Information Unit

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