interaction between education and productive work by Abraham PaiМЃn

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Statementprepared by Abraham Paín for the International Bureau of Education.
SeriesEducational documentation and information,, no. 225
ContributionsInternational Bureau of Education.
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LC ClassificationsLC1085 .P35 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination112 p. ;
Number of Pages112
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Open LibraryOL3245694M
LC Control Number83161698

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