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Class grouping in the primary school : a study of the nature and validity of current methods of class grouping in Sydney primary schools / [by] H. S. Wyndham
Bib ID 732744
Format BookBook
Author
Wyndham, Harold S. (Harold Stanley), 1903-1988
 
Description Melbourne : Melbourne University Press, 1932 
138 p : diagrs., tables. 
Series

Educational research series (Melbourne, Vic.) ; no. 9

Notes

"Issued by the Australian Council for Educational Research." -- Cover.

Subjects Grading and marking (Students)  |  School management and organization -- New South Wales -- Sydney.
Other authors/contributors Australian Council for Educational Research

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