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TEACHING THE NEW BASIC SKILLS: PRINCIPLES FOR EDUCATING CHILDREN TO THRIVE  IN A CHANGING ECONOMY by  Frank  Richard J. And Levy - First Printing - 1996 - from Never Enough Stuff and Biblio.com

TEACHING THE NEW BASIC SKILLS: PRINCIPLES FOR EDUCATING CHILDREN TO THRIVE IN A CHANGING ECONOMY

by Murnane, Richard J. And Levy, Frank

Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket


Free Press. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1996. First Printing. Hardcover. 0684827395 . Book is Very Good+ (plus). Appears book never read. Clean and unmarked text. Tight and sturdy binding. Complete number line. Very light bumping to cover corners and edges. Very light surface shelf wear to cover. Three pages have top corners with very small dog-ear. No DJ. Small surface scuff mark on front and back bottom cover. ; 250 pages .


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