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Published by Association of Colleges for Further and Higher Education in Sheffield .
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  • Correspondence schools and courses -- Great Britain.

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"(Paper presented at the) Summer Meeting (of theAssociation of Colleges for Further and Higher Education, held at) Bournemouth June 12th and 13th, 1980".

Statementby John Coffey.
ContributionsAssociation of Colleges for Further and Higher Education. Summer Meeting
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Pagination8,(2)p. ;
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Open LibraryOL23129496M

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