ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 09, 1996
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(Studio: Judd Rose) Report introduced.
(Concord, California: Ann Compton) President Clinton's launching of Netday 96 to wire the nation's schools to the Internet computer system featured; scenes shown of Vice President Al Gore drawing cable at Ygnacio Valley High in California. [CLINTON - says 6 million feet of computer cable is being laid in California.] The problems for schools that are being left behind in the hookup goal noted. [Nearby elementary school principal Joan EVANS - says the school is too old for this technology.]
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