Date of Award
Master of Arts (M.A.)
It is worth any trouble it takes to rearrange and organize the high school or college schedule these days to enable the students to hear first hand the most important pronouncements being made by history-making leaders. The student who missed hearing Chamberlain or Hitler because he was forced by an inflexible school program to conjugate German verbs or to report on the Elizabethan period of English history, was deprived of some real education.1
In the above paragraph, John T. Studebaker, United States Commissioner of Education, asserts his belief in radio as an educational force in the United States today. Others concern with education of the youth in this country, including teachers, parents, and broadcasters, have recognized the rent potentialities of this new and tremendous force.
Crabbe, Bobbin Cay Peck. (1941). A Study of the Present and Possible Use of Radio in Secondary Schools in the Vicinity of Stockton. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/4024