[Interviews with students at English High School]
Original Airdate: 9/9/1975
Item Type: newstape - original footage
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Description : Abstract
Buses pull up in front of English High School. Robert Peterkin (Headmaster, English High School) stands out front as buses arrive. Students exit buses and congregate by race in front of school. Judy Stoia interviews African American and white students outside of the school about how they like school. Students talk about the school and report no racial tensions so far. Stoia interviews a white female student who says that she would prefer to attend Brighton High School. Stoia interviews two African American female students who says that the school is disorganized this year. The two girls complain about problems with their class schedules. Stoia interviews a group of African American female students who say that they like the school. One of the students says that African American and white students can get along fine if their parents leave them alone. Stoia interviews two white male students from Brighton who like the facilities at the school. Stoia interviews Chris Lane (Flexible Campus Coordinator, English High School) about the opening of the school and school programs offered in conjuction with area colleges including Brandeis University. Lane says that attendance has increased since yesterday.
Contributor : Reporter
Subject : Keywords
Busing for school integration - School faculty
Busing for school integration - School improvement programs
Busing for school integration - Students
English High School
Subject : Personal Names
Type : Genre
News - Unedited
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