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Cleveland, Ohio / Public Schools #272084

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 06, 1980
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(Studio) Students in Cleveland, Ohio, reported still in school because of strikes against school system during school year
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Cleveland, Oil) 9-wk. teacher strike recalled. [Students Lerone BOOTH, Phyllis TAYLOR, Donald EVANS - complain about going to school in summer.] [Parent Greta BELL - says she likes children going to school during summer months.] [Teacher Carl SVEC - talks about his class in which students tend a garden.] [Teacher Ralph PHINGSEN - says this is price of long strike.] Arson at 2 junior highs noted. [Student Vincent CHAMBERS - complains because he can't get a summer job.] [Suburb student Gerard GATES - comments.]
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely

Blakely, Derrick;
Dean, Morton

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