Extra Credit: Tune In
ABC presents "Answering Children's Questions: Violence and Conflict Resolution,'' the latest segment in a continuing series of open forums on news topics of relevance to children. Anchored by Peter Jennings, the live 90-minute program begins at 11:30 a.m. (EST). For a free subscription to ABC Classroom Connection, which is designed to help educators use ABC programming, contact: ABC Classroom Connection Hot Line: (800) 647-4222.
Frontline, a PBS documentary series, marks the 30th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination with "Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald?,'' a threehour investigative biography of the man at the center of the political crime of the century. The program traces Oswald's life, from his troubled childhood to his arrest on November 22, 1963. The show airs at 9 p.m. (EST), but check local listings.
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The Arts & Entertainment Network presents Churchill, a fourpart series that traces the political triumphs of the British prime minister who saw England through its darkest hour and on to victory in World War II. These one-hour documentaries air at 7 a.m. (EST).
The Learning Channel presents "Integrating Technology: More Than an Electronic Blackboard,'' a 30-minute program that looks at how educators on an American Indian reservation in South Dakota are using computer technology both to connect students with the outside world and to preserve their own culture. The show, which is part of The Learning Channel's Teacher TV series, airs at 6 p.m. (EST).
Nova, PBS's award-winning science series, airs "Great Moments from Nova.'' During this two-hour special, comedian Bill Cosby guides viewers through select footage from nearly 400 Nova programs, including "Skydive to the Rain Forest,'' "This Old Pyramid,'' and "An Astronaut's View of the Earth.'' The show begins at 8 p.m. (EST).
The Learning Channel presents "Setting Standards for Teachers,'' a 30-minute Teacher TV program that profiles teachers who are striving to develop national standards. During this episode, teachers from across the nation express their views on how the stan- dards system may or may not work. The show begins at 6 p.m. (EST).