Managing professional development and INSET
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Managing professional development and INSET a handbook for schools and colleges by David Oldroyd

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Published by National Development Centre for School Management Training in Bristol .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Commissioned by the Manpower Services Commission.

StatementDavid Oldroyd and Valerie Hall.
ContributionsHall, Valerie, 1943-, Great Britain. Manpower Services Commission.
The Physical Object
PaginationRing binder
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13745279M

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