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Zhuan xing zhong de jiao yu ping jia / Gu Zhiyue zhu bian
转型中的教育评价 / 顾志跃主编
Bib ID 3761954
Format BookBook
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Shanghai Shi : Shanghai ke ji jiao yu chu ban she, 2005 
上海市 : 上海科技教育出版社, 2005 
5, 4, 208 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 7542840037
Notes

"Quan guo jiao yu ke xue 'shi wu' gui hua jiao yu bu zhong dian ke ti."

Includes bibliographical references.

"全国教育科学'十五'规划教育部重点课题."

Subjects Educational change.  |  Educational change -- China.  |  Educational evaluation.  |  Educational evaluation -- China.
Other authors/contributors Gu, Zhiyue
顾志跃

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