Here is a scan of the Free Learning Exchange, Inc. Newsletter that Noreen and I sent out in June 1972. You may be able to read some of the subjects we had resource listings for. The drawings are Noreen’s.
Even with my fading eyesight I can read some of the FLEX news snippets as well as the resource listings. Notice if you can the announcement that Metromedia would cover learning matches as news. More important: note the FLEX cable TV show. It promises show times but actually I think Manhattan Cable displayed our resources 24 / 7. That’s more than an announcement: that’s an extension of FLEX, in an exactly appropriate direction.
I still have Manhattan Cable’s color schedule: I’ll scan that too.
I just added the Everett Reimer quotes to the FLEX quotes post here: “Drudgery is out of date”! The Fuller quote reminds me to add it to other quote posts. Realize: Reimer was Illich’s inspiration in deschooling as Illich was mine. Both Reimer and Illich were FLEX trustees. I’ll get to resurrecting my trustee lists and comments, all was censored by the fed in 2007, after I scan and post more FLEX documents from 1970 – 1973.
Let’s see, I think this is the verso side of that same newsletter: