Accessing education, rehabilitation & training

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University of Birmingham, Faculty of Education and Continuing Studies , Birmingham
Blind -- Rehabilitation -- Great Britain., Blind -- Education -- Great Britain., Visually handicapped -- Great Bri
Statementeditor Barbara Raffle. Unit 1, Curriculum in transition : implications for schools and colleges / written by Sue Wright ; with additional material by Barbara Raffle.
SeriesDistance education : for staff in Further Education and rehabilitation service for visually impaired people, Distance education
ContributionsWright, S., Raffle, Barbara., University of Birmingham. Faculty of Education and Continuing Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18893756M
ISBN 100704418363

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