Organizational factors affecting legalization in education
John W. Meyer, Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance (U.S.), National Institute of Education (U.S.)
Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance, School of Education, Stanford University, 1981 - Education - 37 pages
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