Chilean education in 1985
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Published by Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo de la Educación in Santiago .
Written in English



  • Chile


  • Education -- Chile -- Statistics.

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Bibliography: p. 123-129.

StatementCristián Cox D.
SeriesDocumento de trabajo ;, 6, Documentos de trabajo (Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo de la Educación) ;, 1986-6.
LC ClassificationsLA561 .C68 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination129 p. ;
Number of Pages129
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2433768M
LC Control Number87124133

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