History of Educational Television In American Samoa

ETV History
History of Educational Television In American Samoa ...
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old-school
1963: The Governor of American Samoa to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30th. 1963 Annual Report, H. Rex Lee (Dem) U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. …Construction was under way on American Samoa’s first consolidated elementary school at Nua village, to serve students from ...
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Teacher training
1974: American Samoa 1974 Annual Report to the secretary of the interior. Prepared by The Office of Samoan Information Pago Pago. John M. Haydon (Rep) Governor of American Samoa By 1974, educational television was relegated to paragraph 8 in the report and reads thus: The redirection of television instruction in ...
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RD Showplace
This is the second Reader's Digest article on conditions in American Samoa (see Reader's Digest "Shame").  After just four years, American Samoa has been transformed into a showplace.  On this website you will see how these changes came about, what they meant to the growth and development of the community ...
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David Gillmore
At the time this article was written, David Gillmore was the Director of Professional Training Services for the NAEB. While you read this article, please keep in mind that it was written in 1977 and the subject begins ten years earlier.  Much transpired in those ten years and much more ...
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NAEB Withdraws from Samoa ETV
In 1962 American Samoa Governor H. Rex Lee, declaring the school system dysfunctional, commissioned The National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB) to design and manage a modern replacement utilizing revolutionary educational television technology. The resulting system became the jewel in Lee’s revitalization of the territory’s infrastructure and attracted international attention ...
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Master Control Center
1972: The Governor of American Samoa to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30th.   1972 Annual Report, John M. Haydon. (Rep) U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. During Fiscal Year 1972, the Department of Education, through its Television Division, became part of an innovative program ...
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Achievement Levels of Samoan Students in Hawaii Public Schools
I came to American Samoa in 1965, and was assigned to assist in the opening of the new consolidated elementary school at Pago Pago, where Cantley George was principal. I served in that capacity until June. In August I was assigned to move with my wife and son to Aunu'u ...
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Fia Iloa 1967 Yearbook
Below is the dedication from the first yearbook published for Fia Iloa in 1967. You will probably see many familiar faces in this publication.  Click hereto see the full annual. Fealofani (Friendship) With this in mind, we proudly dedicate our first yearbook to you, Mr. Feaster.  We say proudly, because you ...
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Families & Friends
Below are some of the books created by the ETV staff to support televised lessons. All these books were planned, written, illustrated and printed in American Samoa. The first set of books were provided, in digital format, to John Newton by George Hastings. There were many more books produced during ...
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