The ABC"s of Parent Involvement in Education
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Published by National Parent"s Day Coalition .
Written in English


  • Parent Participation,
  • Education / Teaching

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Edition Notes

ContributionsJohn Robbins (Editor), Susan Mitgang (Editor), Angela Barnes (Photographer)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8553257M
ISBN 100966311906
ISBN 109780966311907

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