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Radio Courses to be Given

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A new course on radio education, considering problems of the use of radio in the classroom as well as the effect of the radio on society, will be presented this year at the Harvard Graduate School of Education by Charles A. Siepmann, University Lecturer at Harvard, formerly Director of Program Planning of the British Broadcasting Corporation. The course, offered primarily for educators, will be conducted Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 P.M.

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