History never repeats itself? Colonial historical trends confront National Administration Guidelines (1999)
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CitationManning RF (1999). History never repeats itself? Colonial historical trends confront National Administration Guidelines. New Zealand Annual Review of Education. 9. 63-81.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research39 - Education::3902 - Education policy, sociology and philosophy
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