brief to the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Canada. by Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Dept. of Adult Education

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Published by Dept. of Adult Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in Toronto, Ont .

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  • Adult education -- Ontario,
  • Education, Higher -- Ontario

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ContributionsJacobs, Dorene., Kidd, J. R. 1915-1982, Commission on Post-secondary Education in Ontario.
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Pagination56 leaves.
Number of Pages56
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