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Discussing education and alternative schools with Theo Buergin and Hans A. Schieser. They discuss educators, philosophers, and psychologists such as Rudolf Steiner, Maria Montessori, and Jean Piaget.
The D. J.'s, a group of teenagers, discuss their lives, interests, and ambitions. Gladys Joyce Adams and Yvonne Hammond discuss the female youth and youth groups in Chicago. Joyce and Hammond discuss the girl's club the Divine Ladies and other girl's clubs. Christy and Frank Carney in "West Side" (part 3).
Interviewing Frank Carney, Susie Gelaga, Linda (daughter-in-law), Molly (daughter), and Fred Christy. They discuss the youth of Chicago and their own life experiences.
Interviewing Frank Carney, Susie Gelaga, Linda (daughter-in-law), Molly (daughter), and Fred Christy. They discuss the youth in Chicago, their own life experiences, and wants.
Chicago: An Agenda for Change. Part 3 of 5. Maria Cerda is a former Chicago Board of Education member.
Discussing the concept of DISTAR (Direct Instructional System for Teaching and Remediation) program, the use of phonics to teach children to read, and interviewing Joe Rosen, Betsy Clayton, and Jim First.
Discussing the work of Thresholds, a Chicago social service organization, and interviewing Jerry Dinson and Michael Sternberg. They discuss what Thresholds provides and how it helps people with their confidence and mental health. Includes a song called "Young Paul".
Discussing the community and prejudice with Dr. St. Clair Drake and Dr. Paul Mundy. Includes an interview with a boy named Tony discussing relations with African American people.
Interviewing Jerry Davidson and Mike Bell about the Elan School in Maine for children with learning disabilities (Part 2).
Progressive educator Herbert Kohl discusses educator and founder of the Highlander Folk School Myles Horton and the book about him, "The Long Haul: An Autobiography." The book was written by Herbert Kohl and his wife, Judith Kohl.
Discussing the STEP School for autistic children with Alice Jerome, Mrs. Alberta Patterson, and Sally Heynemann. Topics include the behavior of the students, parental involvement, and the methods used at the STEP School and other schools. Includes a recording of children singing "Michael Finnegan." asdf
The Arts Lab Movement was created by Jim Haynes in 182 Drury Lane, London. Studs Terkel interviews Kelly Swenson.
The Arts Lab Movement was created by Jim Haynes in 182 Drury Lane, London. Studs Terkel interviews Kelly Swenson and the kids.
Interviewing Karen Grzybek, Barbara Tekiela and Mark Smith, parents of Chicago schoolchildren.