Conference on Culture and Education in the Caribbean Paradise Island, Nassau, the Bahamas, 14-21 September 1991. by Conference on Culture and Education in the Caribbean (1991 Paradise Island, Bahamas)

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Published by WCOTP in Morges, Switzerland .

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  • Caribbean Area

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  • Educational anthropology -- Caribbean Area -- Congresses.

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ContributionsWorld Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession.
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LC ClassificationsLB45 .C655 1991
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
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Open LibraryOL1155305M
LC Control Number94131380

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