Izbicki, John
June 2004
Education Journal;Jun2004, Issue 78, p14
Academic Journal
Shares insights into the offering of sixth-form high flyers Open University degrees in various schools in Great Britain. Consideration of the Open University as the most important development in higher education; Courses offered by the university; History of the foundation of the university.


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