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American Agenda (Family/Education: Intervention Program) #132381

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 26, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Bristol, New Hampshire: Rebecca Chase) Program to help wayward boys with behavior problems featured; scenes shown from camp in New Hampshire. [School crisis counselor Mark DOTTER, students Bobby BRUCE, Ben THOMPSON, Ben's mother Susan KINSELLA, Mayhew Camp director Alan CANTOR, counselor Dave BYRD - talk about boys' behavior.] Camp Mayhew's efforts to help boys develop self-esteem explained; scenes shown of boys being challenged to both strive to succeed alone and to work together. [BYRD, THOMPSON, KINSELLA, guidance counselor Virginia BABCOCK - review boys' behavior after camp.]

Reporter(s):
Chase, Rebecca;
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:04:40

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