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OECD Education Committee activity on the contribution of higher education to new trends in economic and social development : alternatives to universities in higher education : the non-university sector in higher education in Canada by Donald Glendenning

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Published by Council of Ministers of Education, Canada in [Toronto] .
Written in English


  • Community colleges -- Canada.,
  • Education, Higher -- Canada.

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Other titlesComité de l"éducation de l"OCDE., La contribution de l"enseignement supérieur aux tendances nouvelles en matière de développement économique et sociale., Le secteur non universitaire de l"enseignement supérieur au Canada., On the contribution of higher education to new trends in economic and social development., The non-university sector in higher education in Canada.
Statementprepared for CMEC by Donald Glendenning.
SeriesCouncil of Ministers of Education, Canada -- v. 1, no. 4, 1988, Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (Series) -- v. 1, no. 4.
ContributionsCouncil of Ministers of Education (Canada), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Education Committee.
The Physical Object
Pagination33, 37 p. --
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18496737M

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