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Schools / Fund Raising #191537

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 01, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Boston: Jim Sciutto) Fund raising at public high schools featured; scenes shown from a benefit for Boston's Latin School. [Brookline High School alumnus MiKe WALLACE, McCormick Group senior consultant Kenneth GROUNDS - talk about the need for private donations.] The concern that such fund raising may widen the gap between public schools outlined. [Trefler Foundation executive director Pam TREFLER - cites the irony of the schools needing the least money able to raise the most.] [Boston Latin School Association executive director Frederic MARKEY - talks fund raising.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Simpson, Carole

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