ERIC Number: ED195185
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
Back to School, Parts One and Two, Program Nos. 264-265.
George Washington Univ., Washington, DC. Inst. for Educational Leadership.; National Public Radio, Washington, DC.
Scripts of public radio programs on educational concerns and specifically on the topic of entering college are presented. The following scripts are included: "Mother Helps Her Daughter to Move into Her New Dorm Room;""Another Student Talks About Her Hopes and Fears as She Packs;""One Student Can't Even Get His Key to Unlock His Room;""A Young Woman Who Already Misses Home;""Psychologist Michael Stadder;""Parents Describe Their Feelings of Loss;""Two Young Women Discuss the Importance of Living with a Compatible Roommate;""Michael Stadder on How Today's Freshman Class Is Different from That of Ten Years Ago;""A Group of Students;""Vice President of Student Affairs, Bruce Poynter;""A Resident Advisor Tells of a New Freshman;""Class Roll Call;""Albert Shanker on School Money Problems;""Tom Shannon of the National School Boards Association;""Education Secretary Shirley Hufstedler Says Those Rules Are Crucial;""Teacher Reading Roll;""Terry Herndon of the National Education Association;""According to Al Shanker It Is the Other Children Who Lose Out When Handicapped Kids Are Mainstreamed;""Kids Finding Their Way in Their New School;""Tom Shannon and Terry Herndon Discuss Whether or Not Today's Schools Are Outmoded;" and "Stan Salett of the National Committee for Citizens in Education." (SW)
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, College Attendance, College Freshmen, Disabilities, Educational Finance, Educational Trends, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Adjustment, Federal Regulation, Financial Problems, Government School Relationship, Higher Education, Mainstreaming, Social Adjustment, Student Adjustment, Student College Relationship
National Public Radio, 2025 M Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20036
Publication Type: Creative Works
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: George Washington Univ., Washington, DC. Inst. for Educational Leadership.; National Public Radio, Washington, DC.