Published 1985 by Sheffield City Polytechnic, Department of Education Management in (Sheffield) .
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|Statement||by R. Lloyd.|
|Series||Sheffield papers in education management -- no.42|
|Contributions||Sheffield City Polytechnic. Department of Education Management.|
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