ENEF"s forty-five years of plugging the gaps in women"s education

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School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol , Bristol
Elizabeth Nuffield Educational
Other titlesElizabeth Nuffield Educational Fund"s forty five years of plugging the gaps in women"s education.
StatementHilary land, Bernice Martin and Stephanie Spencer.
ContributionsMartin, Bernice., Spencer, Stephanie., Nuffield Foundation., University of Bristol. School for Policy Studies.
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