2 edition of Implementing ERA in colleges found in the catalog.
Implementing ERA in colleges
R. J. Kedney
|Statement||R. J. Kedney, M. J. McAllister, Rosemary Varley ; ACM ; FESC ; ACM.|
|Contributions||McAllister, M. J., Varley, Rosemary., Further Education Staff College., Association for College Mnagement.|
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