Satisfaction with learning in Alberta a quantitative report : final by Criterion Research Corp.

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Published by Alberta Learning, Performance Measurement and Reporting Branch in [Edmonton] .

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Statementpresented to Alberta Learning, Performance Measurement and Reporting Branch ; presented by Criterion Research Corp.
ContributionsAlberta. Alberta Learning. Performance Measurement and Reporting Branch.
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 2005/03910 (L)
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ISBN 100778513270
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