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American Agenda (Education: Teaching Values) #122677

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 21, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Baltimore, Maryland: Bill Blakemore) Return to teaching of traditional values in American schools featured; scenes shown from Baltimore, Maryland, classrms. [Thomas Jefferson Research Center's B. David BROOKS - says everybody comes up with same values.] [TEACHERS - list values.] [Values task force mbr. Charles OBRECHT - comments on fundamental decencies.] Problem of values and changing family structure noted. [Father Richard CROWE-CHEPPEL - says schools must teach values.] [Character education supervisor James SARNECKI - comments on need for values.] [BROOKS - comments.] Methods of teaching values explained. [Mother Catherine GRAY - comments.] [OBRECHT - says values need to be retaught.]

Blakemore, Bill;
Jennings, Peter

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