Is there any future for "vecherca" (part-time department) in modern high educational system?

Ershova, Olga
September 2014
Concept / Koncept;2014, Issue 9, p1
Academic Journal
The author argues on room of the part-time department in the modern high educational system. The author analyzes the facts and own observation, received as the result of a long-term operational experience in several leading high schools of our country.


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