ting the Landscape
, and K
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Charting the landscape, mapping new paths : museums, libraries, and K-12 learning : 30-31 August 2004,
Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Museums--Educational aspects--United States. 2. Museums and schools--United States. 3.Libraries and
schools--United States. 4. Educational change--United States. 5. Education--Aims and objectives--United States.
Educational sociology--United States. 7. Cooperation. 8. Interorganizational relations. I. Institute of Museum
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