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American Agenda (Family: Parents and Children: School Volunteer Policy) #132876

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 24, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Charlotte, North Carolina: Rebecca Chase) Policy implemented by Charlotte-based NCNB, soon to become NationsBank, allowing employees to take two hours a week to volunteer at local schools featured; Charlotte, North Carolina, classroom scenes shown. [Employee/volunteer Kathy McLEOD, NCNB chairman Hugh McCOLL, principal Geovinna SIEBERT - comment on the tutorial program.] Company option of "select time," which allows parents to spend more time with their children, explained. [Mother Susan HANCOCK - comments.] [Carnegie Foundation president Dr. Ernest BOYER - talks about employers, parents and children.] [Employee/volunteer Al PARKINSON - comments.]

Chase, Rebecca;
Simpson, Carole

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