2 edition of Organizing an urban school system for diversity found in the catalog.
Organizing an urban school system for diversity
Joseph M. Cronin
|Statement||Joseph M. Cronin, study director; Richard M. Hailer, associate director, with McBer and Company and Harvard University, Graduate School of Education, in collaboration with the Mass. Advisory Council on Education.|
|Contributions||Hailer, Richard M., Massachusetts Advisory Council on Education., Boston (Mass.). School Committee., McBer and Company.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 363 p.|
|Number of Pages||363|
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