The Implications of changing school enrolments : a paper presented to the Victorian Teachers' Union General Council 7 December 1979 /
|Corporate Author:||Victoria. Education Dept. (1873-1985)|
|Other Authors:||Hunt, Alan John, 1927-|
[Melbourne] : F. D. Atkinson, Government Printer, 1979
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1979-80, no. 69.
GP V 1979/80 no. 69
"Ordered to be printed"
Paper presented to the Victorian Teachers' Union General Council (7 December 1979) by the Minister of Education on the Implications of Changing School Enrolments
PAPER WAS ORDERED TO BE PRINTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (MINUTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF VICTORIA 1979/80, p. 427-452) BUT WAS NOT TABLED IN, OR ORDERED TO BE PRINTED BY, THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
26p. : ill. ; 25cm.
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