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Cover: The Academic Preparation of Secondary School Teachers: The Reports of Four Committees of the Twenty-nine College Cooperative PlanThe Academic Preparation of Secondary School Teachers: The Reports of Four Committees of the Twenty-nine College Cooperative PlanHARDCOVER01/01/1974$2.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Education and Foreign Aid: Ways to Improve United States Foreign Educational Aid; Problems and Prospects of Education in AfricaEducation and Foreign Aid: Ways to Improve United States Foreign Educational Aid; Problems and Prospects of Education in AfricaCoombs, Philip H.HARDCOVER01/01/1965$7.95Currently unavailable
Cover: Religion and the Public Schools: Constitutional Mandates and Choices. The Historical PresentReligion and the Public Schools: Constitutional Mandates and Choices. The Historical PresentFreund, Paul A.
Ulich, Robert
HARDCOVER01/01/1965$4.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Learning in Language and Literature: The Developing Imagination. Insistent Tasks in Language LearningLearning in Language and Literature: The Developing Imagination. Insistent Tasks in Language LearningFrye, Northrop
MacKinnon, A. R.
PAPERBACK12/01/1963$6.95Currently unavailable
Cover: The Teaching of Reading: An International ViewThe Teaching of Reading: An International ViewGray, William S.HARDCOVER01/01/1957$20.50Currently unavailable
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