American Secondary Education, Part 6 of 7

Joseph Adelson, Carl Dolce, Denis Doyle, Gilbert Sewall, and Donald Stedman discuss the impact on American secondary education of political and judicial activism, including racial and class integration. They discuss the potential impact of the computer and video revolutions in the schools.

At the time of this interview, Adelson, a Fellow at the National Humanities Center (1978-79), was professor of psychology at the University of Michigan. Dolce was dean of the School of Education at North Carolina State University. Doyle was the education policies studies director at the American Enterprise Institute. Sewall, a Fellow at the Center (1981-82), was former education editor of Newsweek. Stedman was associate vice-president for academic affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This edition of Soundings was conducted by Wayne J. Pond.

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