EDUCATION: Radio Conference

"Radio education" covers a multitude of broadcasting activities, anything from a concert by the Philharmonic Symphony Society to a classroom lecture by a geology professor. Although over 40% of the programs on the major radio networks are labeled "educational," most schoolmen feel dissatisfied and frustrated over the achievements of radio as an educational medium. Last week as 18 organizations composed of educators and radiomen met for a Conference on Educational Broadcasting, called by the U. S. Office of Education and the Federal Communications Commission at Washington's Mayflower Hotel, this feeling was...

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