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College Classes For Children / Kentfield, California #229436

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 13, 1973
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(Studio) College in Kentfield, California, provides solution to boredom for some children during summer mos.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Kentfield, California) Along with all the other summer activities, some children with high IQ's take college-level courses. [Physics instructor Dr. Jay STRYKER - says classes have been fun with 5-12 year olds. After certain age, child may grasp any concept if presented in right way.] [Andrew OSTERHAUS, 10 - explains science project to reporter] [Sho OGATA - thinks classes are great fun with advantages over many kids.] Children may take classes in biology, astronomy, computer programming and even TV news. [Leland SUSSER - says television news class is weird.] television news reporters to get no competition from Leland.
REPORTER: Terry Drinkwater

Reporter(s):
Drinkwater, Terry;
Mudd, Roger
Duration:
00:03:40

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