13 episodes, 1961, KTCA (St. Paul)
"A genuine understanding of the complex problems facing American education requires an appreciation of the concepts underlying each issues and problem. These concepts or philosophies, marked by controversy in some quarters, today command an increasing amount of attention from everyone directly or indirectly involved in American education. This series is a thirteen-program survey of, and a striking introduction to, the varieties of contemporary educational thought. Each program consists of an interview with an educator who represents a particular philosophy of education. Each is illustrated with filmed examples of the particular philosophy in practice. Station KTCA-TV in St. Paul-Minneapolis produced the series. The producer was Joseph T. McDermott, the station’s special projects director."