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How can the curricular provision for the more able child be improved?

John Robert Jeffrey Quayle

How can the curricular provision for the more able child be improved?

an initial inquiryleading to recommendations : (using year 7 technology as focal point).

by John Robert Jeffrey Quayle

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Written in English


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ContributionsManchester Metropolitan University. Didsbury School of Education.
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How can the curricular provision for the more able child be improved? by John Robert Jeffrey Quayle Download PDF EPUB FB2

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