Dependability in philosophy of education
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Dependability in philosophy of education by Ray Lepley

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Published by Teachers college, Columbia university in New York city .
Written in English


  • Thought and thinking,
  • Learning and scholarship,
  • Educational psychology,
  • Education,
  • Research

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPhilosophy of education, Dependability in.
Statementby Ray Lepley.
SeriesTeachers college, Columbia university. Contributions to education,, no. 461
LC ClassificationsLB875 .L5 1931a
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 96 p.
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6760235M
LC Control Number31017527

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