Student education The Atlantic

There are not many shows on television that deserve to be called true American institutions—but one of them is surely Sesame Street. ... When Sesame Street began in 1969, it was considered an experiment. The question: Could television be used to educate young children? When Boston public schools introduced a new standard map of the world this week, some young students’ felt their jaws drop. In an instant, their view of the world had changed

There are not many shows on television that deserve to be called true American institutions—but one of them is surely Sesame Street. ... When Sesame Street began in 1969, it was considered an experiment. The question: Could television be used to educate young children?
Well, research proved the answer to be yes, and the nonprofit children’s-television workshop—now called Sesame Workshop—that created the show, has been refining and expanding that mission ever since, everything from ABC’s and 123’s, to race, and even death. In a few weeks, Sesame Street—which now airs on HBO as well as its longtime home on PBS—will take on its latest challenge: introducing a new kid on the street. A Muppet named Julia, who has autism
There are not many shows on television that deserve to be called true American institutions—but one of them is surely Sesame Street. ... When Sesame Street began in 1969, it was considered an experiment. The question: Could television be used to educate young children?
When Boston public schools introduced a new standard map of the world this week, some young students’ felt their jaws drop. In an instant, their view of the world had changed.
The U.S. was small. Europe, too, had suddenly shrunk. Africa and South America appeared narrower but also much larger than usual. And what had happened to Alaska?
In an age of “fake news” and “alternative facts,” city authorities are confident their new map offers something closer to the geographical truth than that of traditional school maps, and hope it can serve an example to schools acr
Well, research proved the answer to be yes oss the, and the nonprofit children’s-television workshop—now called Sesame Workshop—that created the show, has been refining and expanding that mission ever since, everything from ABC’s and 123’s, to race, and even death. In a few weeks, Sesame Street—which now airs on HBO as well as its longtime home on PBS—will take on its latest challenge: introducing a new kid on the street. A Muppet named Julia, who has autism


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