Promoting change in schools: a diffusion casebook

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Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development , San Francisco
Educational innovations -- United States -- Case studies, New products -- Case studies, Product management -- Case st
Statement[by] Brenda J. Turnbull, Lorraine I. Thorn [and] C. L. Hutchins.
ContributionsThorn, Lorraine I., Hutchins, Charles Larry., Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development.
The Physical Object
Pagination213 p.
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Open LibraryOL13577960M

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