Education / produced by Ginny Z. Berson| executive producer Bill Wax| hosted by Larry Bensky. SERIES: Pacfica's national town hall meetings| no. 4 Program of panel discussions, listener call-ins and special reports which examines the purpose of public education, if that purpose is being fulfilled, if so then form whom, and if not then why not. PANEL: Dr. Faustine Jones-Wilson, Professor of Education at Howard University, Washington D.C.| Carlos Garcia, area Superintendent for the Fresno Unified School District and former Middle School Principal in both San Francisco and Watsonville, California| Mashariki Kurudisha, Chair of the Richmond Unified School District Committee of One Hundre and One (RUSD 101), a representative citizens committee established to advise RUSD on community concerns| Sandra Gonzales, 17 year old senior at Mission High School in San Francisco. - BROADCAST: Satellite, 17 Sept. 1992.
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