3 edition of A Study of the common school system of Washington found in the catalog.
A Study of the common school system of Washington
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Present organization, administration and financial support of common schools, January 1, 1938., Analysis of the expenditures for common schools., Program for library service in Washington., Reading, an experimental study undertaken by twenty-four senior high schools., Story of the Thomas A. Edison Vocational School., Equalization of educational opportunity in Washington.|
|Statement||by the Washington State Planning Council.|
|Contributions||Fleming, Samuel Edgar, 1885-, Washington State Planning Council.|
|The Physical Object|
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