Teachers" views on increasing links between education and industry in 1993/4 final report by Sean Neill

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Published by Policy Analysis Unit, Department of Education, University of Warwick in [Coventry] .

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StatementS.R.St.J. Neill, I.Abbott, R.J.Campbell.
ContributionsAbbott, Ian, 1955-, Campbell, R. J., University of Warwick. Policy Analysis Unit.
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