|Object Name||Recording, Video Tape Cassette|
|Scope & Content||
Recorded address of the First Lady, Barbara Bush and two panel recordings from "Project Education" a conference sponsored by CBS News at Georgetown University.
This recording includes Laurence A. Tisch, President and CEO of CBS News, introduced Kay [R.] Whitmore, President of the Eastman Kodak Corporation, who in turn introduced the First Lady, Barbara Bush who delivered an address. Also included on this recording are the last two panel sessions, one entitled "National Goals and Assessment: What to Learn and How to Measure Results." This panel was moderated by Paula Zahn. The other panel session is entittled "Public Attitudes Toward Education: Do We Really Care Enough?" This panel was moderated by Harry Smith.
"National Goals and Assessment: What to Learn and How to Measure Results" Panelists:
1.) Terry E. Branstad, Governor of Iowa.
2.) Chester E. Finn, Jr., Professor of Education amd Public Policy at Vanderbilt University, Director of the Educational Excellence Network.
3.) Ernest L. Boyer
4.) Roger B. Porter, Assistant to the President for Economic and Domestic Policy.
5.) Joseph A. Fernandez, Chancellor of the New York City Public School System.
"Public Attitudes Toward Education: Do We Really Care Enough?" Panelists:
1.) Katharine Graham, Chairman and CEO of the Washington Post Company.
2.) Peter Guber, Co-Chairman and CEO of Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.
3.) Charles J. Luellen, President and COO of Ashland Oil Inc.
4.) Lawrence Douglas Wilder, Governor of Virginia.
5.) Daniel Yankelovich, President of the Public Agenda Foundation.
|Date||September 5, 1990|
|Event||CBS News, "Project Education," Washington, D.C., September 5, 1990|
|Collection||Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching - CFAT|
Tisch, Laurence A.
Whitmore, Kay R.
Branstad, Terry E.
Finn, Chester E., Jr.
Fernandez, Joseph A.
Porter, Roger B.
Luellen, Charles J.
Wilder, Lawrence Douglas
Eastman Kodak Company
Educational Excellence Network
New York City Public School System
SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
Math and Science
Public Agenda Foundation
Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.
Washington Post, The (publication)
Ashland Oil Inc.