Current readings in urban education.

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Other titlesUrban education.
Statement[Compiled by Richard R. Heidenreich]
ContributionsHeidenreich, Richard R., comp.
LC ClassificationsLC5131 .C85
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Pagination386 p.
Number of Pages386
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Open LibraryOL5088216M
LC Control Number74159576

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