Radio: Bouquet from Teacher

Still admiring the orchids it had collected for its Kefauver and MacArthur coverage, television accepted another nosegay last week. The University of Cincinnati polled 694 local high-school teachers on the educational possibilities of TV, found 1) 92% in favor of TV programs for school use; 2) 74% willing to change class schedules to take advantage of television; 3) 58% ready to accept "restricted" advertising commercials to pay the bill for school TV; 4) 75% eager to let their students spend 30 minutes or more of the school day viewing special TV shows.


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