Heller Professor To Be Featured in New PBS Documentary

September 06, 2007

Andrew Hahn, Ph.D. '78, a professor at The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, will appear in a new PBS documentary, "These Kids Mean Business," airing on Boston's Channel 2 (WGBH-TV) on September 9, at 4 pm. Check local listings for other broadcast times.

In the hour-long program, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Clarence Page looks at the role of entrepreneurship education as a character-building exercise in the lives of at-risk youth. The documentary tells the tale of underserved youth creating and living their own versions of the American success story.

To find the PBS programming schedule outside Boston, visit http://www.pbs.org/stationfinder/index.html.

A streaming video of Professor Hahn's interview can be seen on the web at this address: http://www.thesekidsmeanbusiness.org/the_inside_story/research_says.php.

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