Educational administration in Canada

a memorial to A. W. Reeves
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Macmillan , Toronto, Ont
University of Alberta. -- Dept. of Educational Administration., School management and organization -- Ca
StatementW. H. Swift ; in consultation with H. T. Coutts.
ContributionsReeves, Arthur W., Coutts, Herbert Thomas, 1907-
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LC ClassificationsLB"2890"S9
The Physical Object
Pagination81 p. :
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Open LibraryOL20271665M

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