2 edition of Managing flexible college structures. found in the catalog.
Managing flexible college structures.
|Statement||by Fred Janes [editor], Bob Havard and Noel Kershaw.|
|Series||Coombe Lodge reports -- vol 21,no 2|
|Contributions||Kershaw, Noel., Janes, Fred., Further Education Staff College.|
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