KPIX-TV documentary from c1965 examining innovative new teaching practices at the Granada Community School & Teacher Education Center, in the Reed Union School District (Marin County, California). Features interviews with principal John Fitch and also David Ring, Dorothy Blackmore, Dr Robert Anderson and Edward Pino. As Fitch puts it, the Granada Education Plan focusses on the: "Individualization of the learning experience" using multi-age teaching methods, placing an emphasis on learning progression. Also includes various scenes of children being taught at the school. This film was produed by Caryl Coleman, directed by Dick Williams and narrated by John Caple.
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