Opinions on gains for American education from wartime armed services training

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Statementby M. M. Chambers. A preliminary exploratory report for the Commission on implications of armed services educational program.
ContributionsAmerican Council on Education. Commission on Implications of Armed Services Educational Programs.
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LC ClassificationsLA230 .C53
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Paginationvii, 78 p.
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