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4-Day School Week / Lebanon, New Hampshire #230880

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 18, 1974
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(Studio) Fuel shortage affects school children. Some schools lower temps. to conserve fuel; others try new solution.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Lebanon, New Hampshire) School board establishes 4-day school week School board hopes to stretch available fuel supplies; but homes to be hurt with higher electrical and food bills. [June BROWN - unable to work on Mons. now; must stay at home with children.] Youngsters react to 4-day school week [Lebanon school superintendent Dan WHITTAKER - thinks 4-day week more conducive to educational continuity.] [Lebanon school board member Jim WECHSLER - opposes 4-day week Other school districts think Lebanon school system acted hastily.]
REPORTER: Steve Young

Mudd, Roger;
Young, Steve

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