Top of Their Class in Education Drive

Neel, K.C.
September 2007
Multichannel News;9/24/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 38, p57
The article reports on Cablevision Systems' "Power to Learn" educational initiative. Sixth-grade teacher Paul Wilgenkamp has created a year-long program that won the History Channel's 2005 "Save Our History" award. He has also created a set of lesson plans that other schools can access and replicate in their own classrooms. Wilgenkamp comments on the importance of organizations like Cable in the Classroom and Cablevision extending themselves to the classroom.


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