1995 Education Poll
Phi Delta Kappa education fraternity commissioned a Gallup poll on parents' thoughts on the quality of their public schools, their… read more
Phi Delta Kappa education fraternity commissioned a Gallup poll on parents' thoughts on the quality of their public schools, their preference for governmental control of education, and other issues. Members of the panel discussed the results to the media. Following prepared remarks, the participants took questions from members of the audience. close
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Ronald Joekel Spokesman Phi Delta Kappa International
John "Jack" F. Jennings Director Center on Education Policy
Lowell Rose Executive Director Phi Delta Kappa International
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Presidential Radio Address
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton talked about the strong U.S. economy and announced a new Education…
Attitudes Toward Public Schools
The Phi Delta Kappa International released the results of their Gallup poll on the public’s attitudes toward public…
Telephone lines were opened for viewer comments on the topic "Teach Boys and Girls Separately".
Telephone lines were open for parents and educators to grade their public schools.