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Education Nation (A Blended School) #1031267

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 22, 2012
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Yuma, Arizona: Rehema Ellis) A visit to Carpe Diem, a public charter school in Arizona that opened 7 years ago, presented; scenes shown of the kids in computer video cubicles for blended learning. [Dean of students Chet CRAIN†- says the kids can get workshop help.] [Stanford University Larry CUBAN†- questions the approach.] [Students Issac HARVEY, SISTER, parent Joan HARVEY†- back the school's self-pacing approach.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) NBC News' hosting of "Education Nation" with a town hall tomorrow night on MSNBC noted.

Snow, Kate;
Ellis, Rehema

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