Whose Knowledge?: A Case Study of the Victorian Universities Schools Examinations Board, 1964-1979
This book is a pioneer study of a public examination board. It traces how the Victorian Universities and Schools Examinations Board (VUSEB) was founded and why its activities were terminated in 1979.
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