Local authority support for language post-holders in primary schools
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Local authority support for language post-holders in primary schools by Carol Donoughue

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Published by The Reading Centre, Middlesex Polytechnic in Barnet .
Written in English


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Report of a project undertaken as part of Schools Council Programme 1 Purpose and planning in schools.

StatementCarol Donoughue, Elizabeth Goodacre.
SeriesSchools Council report
ContributionsGoodacre, Elizabeth J., Schools Council.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22703734M

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