Undergraduates" attitudes to school teaching as a career
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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English


  • Teaching -- Vocational guidance.,
  • Students -- Attitudes.

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Statementby Roma Morton-Williams, Stewart Finch and Chris Poll: a survey carried out among English and Welsh university students in November 1963 for the Department of Education and Science.
SeriesThe social survey. S.S. 354
ContributionsFinch, Stewart, joint author., Poll, Chris, joint author., Great Britain. Dept. of Education and Science.
LC ClassificationsLB1775 .M7
The Physical Object
Pagination[5], 267 p.
Number of Pages267
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4057308M
ISBN 100117000205
LC Control Number79474031

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