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Common Miracles: The New American Revolution In Learning #647408

ABC Special for Saturday, Jan 23, 1993

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An examination of current theories and practices in US education with excerpts of statements by aptitude counselor Ellen Leifer, Professor Henry Levin, teacher Sidney Fiarman, program trainer Pamela Bosselman, teacher Trish Engler, program creator Stan Pogrow, teacher Carolyn Wilhelm, teacher John Milner, Professor Michael Silver, Professor Robert Slavin, teacher Judy Shiels, teacher Dinny Biggs, Director of Education Veronica Lacey, education researcher Donna Rhodes, school principal Willie Santamaria, educator Ernest Boyer, school board president Jane Urschel, child psychiatrist James Comer, parent Darlene Butler, school principal Cecilia Cullen, Polaroid lab worker Thomas Hurth, parent Paul Steinberg, and unidentified others.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Blakemore, Bill
Duration:
00:58:00

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