Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
STUDIES VALUE OF RADI0JN SCHOOLS An effort to determine the value of radio in Pennsylvania public schools is being made by the Department of Public Instruction, State Superintendent James N. Rule said today. He indicated that at present radio is regarded as a help ful factor in education, but that the reaction of the classroom teacher Is a necessary part of a State pro gram for fuller development of the use of radio reception in the school room. Direct information from teachers, based on experience gained through personal contact with their pupils, will be most valuable to the Department in establishing a sound program for the State, he said. Teachers using the radio in con nectlon with their school programs are asked to submit to the Depart ment information on a series of general points covering the extent of reception of national and local broadcasts, teacher opinion of the worth of broadcasts that have been used In the classroom, and the ex tent of participation in local broad cast program. Dr. Rule is a mem ber of the National Committee on Education by Radio.