Open Schools have the Potential to Provide Equitable Access to Appropriate Learning and Life Skills Programmes
Open Schools have the Potential to Provide Equitable Access to Appropriate Learning and Life Skills Programmes: A video presented at the Integration of Academic Courses with Vocational Education in Secondary Schools, National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), New Delhi, India (17-19 February 2012) by Frances Ferreira, Education Specialist - Open Schooling, Commonwealth of Learning. Duration: 11:24
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