Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1969
Taking a makeup test in the "listening center" at St. Paul's Lutheran School were four first graders. They are (top, from left) Hilary Kapfer, Jill Van Heyningen, Lisa Gail Schock and Andy Crosmer. The listening center is a portable appliance, which can be used by eight students at once. It plugs into record players, tape recorders or sound projectors and permits individual listening. The equipment, donated in 1968 by the school's Parent-Teacher League, has been "heavily used" during this school year, according to one teacher. The portable equipment can be taken to any classroom, and can be used to hear French stories and songs, religious readings, speeches, math drills or a number of other subjects. It is also used to make up tests by students absent because of illness or absence. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Cecil Lockard.)
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