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Improving pupils" reading

Office of Her Majesty"s Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales.

Improving pupils" reading

a survey of six reading projects funded by the Welsh Office = Gwella darllen disgyblion : arolwg o chwe phroject darllen a gyllidir gan y Swyddfa Gymreig.

by Office of Her Majesty"s Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales.

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Published by OHMCI in Cardiff .
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Edition Notes

Printed tête-bêche in English and Welsh.

ContributionsOHMCI., SPAEM.
The Physical Object
Pagination19p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17521482M

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