Proposal for the development of design education curriculum for secondary schools
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Published in Toronto .
Written in English


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Donated by Tom Hudson. Draft copy of report prepared for the office of the design advisor, department of industry, trade and commerce, with notes by Tom Hudson.

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Pagination1 Type and handwriting on paper, stapled
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Open LibraryOL17286932M

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