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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 11, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(New York: Rehema Ellis) The report card from 20 high school students about schools in the coronavirus era presented; scenes shown; statistics cited; details given about the options & the problems in learning. [Four STUDENTS, Illinois junior Allegra COLEMAN@, Florida freshman Brea CARBERT@, New York junior Anastasia MORAN@, Wisconsin senior Erik BATKIEWICZ@, Pennsylvania junior John ROBERT@, Arizona senior Mia HERNANDEZ@, Wisconsin senior Isabelle BOYER@- offer views on how things are going; give grades.] [Stanford Graduate School of Education lecturer Denise POPE@- notes the challenges of remote learning.]

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Snow, Kate;
Ellis, Rehema
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00:03:40

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