Education And Race Relations; Teachers of the Poor: Implications For The School
Approximate date: 1965
This program has not been digitized yet or cannot be made available on Open Vault.
- Education And Race Relations
- Teachers of the Poor: Implications For The School
- Program Number
- Series Description
Series of 14 programs, plus panel discussions, featuring members of Tufts University discussing the issue of race relations circa 1965. B&W, produced by David Sloss, directed by Allan Hinderstein, shot in the WGBH studios.
Series release date: 1965
- Program Description
Panel discussion of the content presented by Dr. Frank Riessman during his lecture “Teachers of the Poor” featuring series hosts Dr. William Kvaraceus and Dr. John Gibson of Tufts University; William G. Tobin, Assistant Superintendent Of Schools, Boston; elementary school principals Thomas J. Donahue of Springfield; and Ann H. Cronin of Holyoke. Recorded in the WGBH Studios 9/28/1965, B&W, Directed by Fred Barzyk.
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- Media Type
- Talk Show
- Social Issues
- Race and Ethnicity
- Sloss, David (Series Producer)
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- APA: Education And Race Relations; Teachers of the Poor: Implications For The School. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_21C8222B34844A34920C76DF84063C4B