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American Agenda (Campaign '92: Education Issue) (Part I) #137944

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 13, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) This week's American Agenda coverage on where the candidates stand on education introduced.

(No location given: Bill Blakemore) The records of Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton and President Bush on education, K through 12, compared; scenes shown of Clinton and Bush together at the 1989 education summit. [CLINTON - comments on education.] [Southern Regional Education Board Mark MUSICK - says Clinton has changed the tone of education in Arkansas.] [BUSH - says he wants to be the education president.] Similarities and differences in the education plans of both men outlined. [BUSH - talks about reinventing American education.] [Education Commission of the States president Frank NEWMAN - talks about Bush's reforms.] [CLINTON - calls for improvement.] [Former Secretary of Education Terrel BELL - cites areas needing funding.] Ross Perot's plan to cut spending mentioned.

Blakemore, Bill;
Jennings, Peter

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