Record attendance at PTC 2005

October 2005
International Educator;Oct2005, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p28
Provides information on the Principals' Training Center (PTC) for International School Leadership training held in 2005. Number of courses taken by colleagues at the 2005 PTC; Objective of the training courses designed by participants; List of trainers for the 2005 PTC.


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