Urban School Leadership in Siege, Conflict And Harmony (Educational Policy in the 21st Century: Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions)
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Urban School Leadership in Siege, Conflict And Harmony (Educational Policy in the 21st Century: Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions) by Bruce Anthony Jones

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Published by Information Age Pub Inc .
Written in English


  • Organization & management of education,
  • USA,
  • Higher,
  • Education

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ISBN 101593111703
ISBN 109781593111700

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