The Educational Value of Public Television
Sen. and Mrs. Rockefeller addressed the Parent-Teacher Association, an important advocacy group for children in… read more
Sen. and Mrs. Rockefeller addressed the Parent-Teacher Association, an important advocacy group for children in America. They agreed that there are overwhelming problems concerning children in the U.S., but that the P.-T.A. should not become too pessimistic because that detracts from their ability to promote change. The charge is to do more, and do it in the name of “the national self-interest.” Public television has gone far in offering programming specifically created with the child in mind. The educational options are important so that parents and children can use the television as a tool to help children learn how to deal with the world. close
People in this video
- Rockefeller, John "Jay" D. IV U.S. Senator [D] West Virginia
- Rockefeller, Sharon Percy President and CEO WETA-TV and Radio, Washington D.C.
- Ungar, Manya President (Former) National Parent-Teacher Association
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