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Wagoner, Oklahoma / Schools / Four-Day Week #1119326

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 31, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Wagoner, Oklahoma: Rehema Ellis) The use in Wagoner, Oklahoma, of a four-day school week due to budget problems & a teacher shortage examined; scenes shown; budget statistics cited. [Teen Abby RIGGS - comments on having Monday off.] [Wagoner public schools supt. Randy HARRIS†- assesses the four-day week.] [Oklahoma City supt. of public instruction Joy HOFMEISTER†- criticizes the plan.] [Teacher Stephanie REXWINKLE†- questions teachers being valued.] [Mother Heather RIGGS†- expresses concerns.]

Snow, Kate;
Ellis, Rehema

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