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Relationships Between Size of Schools and School Districts and the Cost of Education

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  • Fox, William F.

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  • Fox, William F., 1980. "Relationships Between Size of Schools and School Districts and the Cost of Education," Technical Bulletins 157726, United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
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