Funded by the Manpower Services Commission as part of the TRIST 13-18 Project.
|Statement||co-ordinator Jenny Henderson.|
|Series||USDE publication -- 11, USDE papers in education -- 11.|
|Contributions||Henderson, Jenny, 1940-, University of Sheffield. Division of Education.|
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