The second volume of a two-part study on the use of cable television in education, this report is directed to the education planner who may be charged with planning, developing, and operating an education project using cable TV. It is especially crucial right now that the planner carry out his tasks quickly and effectively so that rapid development of entertainment and other commercial services will not foreclose promising uses of cable television in education. To assist him, this report presents step-by-step procedures for planning and implementing a cable TV project.
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