Education for national survival

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Date
1961
Summary
Emphasizes the fact that our national strength depends more on high level of educational achievement than on any other factor. Indicates that we must come to realize this, and that we must be willing to spend a larger proportion of our national income on education, provide an educational challenge for our young people, and discover the best talent and see to it that this talent is developed to the highest possible degree. Featured personality is Harold W. Stokes, president of Queens College in New York City.
Contributors
KTCA-TV; Dr. Harvey M. Rice; Harold W. Stoke; Dr. Philip H. Phenix; Donald G. Cain; Elmer Dahl; Kodo Kawamura; Ray Green; David Westphal; Joseph T. McDermott
Publisher
National Educational Television
Genre
Educational
Subjects
Education--Philosophy; Education--United States
Collection
National Educational Television
Unit
IUL Moving Image Archive
Language
English
Rights Statement
No Copyright - United States

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