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Person of The Week (Bill Honig) #130760

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 14, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Controversial educator, California's superintendent of public instruction Bill Honig, profiled; scenes shown; details given of the debate over new high school textbooks backed by Honig. [HONIG - comments on controversy and the textbooks.] [Jewish Federation Council of Los Angeles Annette LAWRENCE, Traditional Values Coalition Reverend Louis SHELDON, California assembly's Gwen MOORE - criticize textbook.] [HONIG - responds to those wanting ethnicity taught.] Honig's background reviewed; photos shown. [Education Commission of the States Rex BROWN - says California is ahead of other states in curriculum frameworks.] [HONIG - comments on education.]

Jennings, Peter

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