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Published by National Council of Jewish Women Research Institute for Innovation in Education, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Education in [Jerusalem] .
Written in English



  • Israel


  • Project Renewal (Israel),
  • Social service -- Israel -- Case studies.,
  • Community development, Urban -- Israel -- Case studies.,
  • People with social disabilities -- Education -- Israel -- Case studies.

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Edition Notes

StatementChaim Adler, Pessy Melzer-Druker.
GenreCase studies.
SeriesPublication / National Council of Jewish Women ;, no. 90, Publication (Research Institute for Innovation in Education (Jerusalem)) ;, no. 90.
ContributionsMelzer-Druker, Pessy., Project Renewal (Israel)
LC ClassificationsHV378.5 .A63 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination210, [26], 15 p. ;
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2793870M
LC Control Number83222223

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