Radio: Everything's Fine

In Los Angeles last week, survey-minded Woodbury College was putting together the results of a new poll to show what impact TV has had on education. Asking their questions of both teachers and parents, Woodbury's researchers made a cheery discovery: 55% of the teachers and 60% of the parents felt that discipline problems had not changed with the advent of TV; 65% of the teachers and 47% of the parents felt that children were now more interested in current events. Most startling of all was a report that flatly contradicted many other surveys: 57% of the teachers and 78% of the...

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