The parent : part I
Mr. Hartzell and Dr. Patrick talk to three pairs of parents to find out what they expect of, and hope for, their children. All six parents agree that the most important thing for their children to be is well adjusted. They agree, too, that the extracurricular activities and sports available in schools are at least as important as are studies: Mr. Vaught, in fact, says that a well-rounded boy is more important than a scholar. They feel that school must be a preparation for life, and that their children must learn to hold their own in a highly competitive world. Sports and elocution are as useful in training children as are purely academic subjects, the parents agree.
KETC, St. Louis; Dick Hartzell; Ralph Patrick; Raymond E. Callahan; Robert Hamblin; John W.M. Whiting; Office of Television Activities, Washington University; Richard Heffron; Harold Barron; Dan Lovins
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
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2 Films (1:06:00); 16mm
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IULMIA Film Database: 40000003180140; Other: GR00467731
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