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Violence / Schools / Washington, DC #3134

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 25, 1969
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(Studio) Violence on rise in schools
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Teachers attacked all over US. [Eugene KIDWELL - tells of being attacked with knife.] [Romaine DAUPHIN - tells of being beaten.] [James MOLONEY - cites being knocked around.] Chicago had 1080 teacher assaults last year National statistics hard to get. [Principal Cardoza high school Gerald BROWN - says no acts of violence this year Don't know of 1 last year] [Dep. Chief of Police Boyd WILLARD - tells of Assistant Principal at Cardoza high school being shot to death at holdup of school bank. 1 was high school student.] Another involved was Cardoza high school dropout. Dropouts often are responsible for attacks. [WILLARD - says can't have police guarding every school.] [DAUPHIN - suggests more home discipline.] [KIDWELL - says they need a place to go.]
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

Reporter(s):
Donaldson, Sam;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:02:40

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