Education for the industrial world the École d"Arts et Métiers and the rise of French industrial engineering. by Charles R. Day

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass .

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ISBN 100262040883

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He obtained his masters and doctorate in education policy at Harvard and his Licenciatura at the Universidad Central de Venezuela where he lectured 16 years ago.

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