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Education in America #314216

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 10, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Educ. Secretary William Bennett's annual assessment of nation's schools quoted.

(Tallahassee, Florida: Bruce Morton) United States international standing in education examined. [Dr. Herbert WALBERG - notes Japan's academic superiority.] [Former President adviser Richard DARMAN - cites poor United States education standards.] [Dr. Frank PERKINS - notes size of foreign graduate student population in US.] [BENNETT - comments.] Florida's education crackdown discussed; exs. given. [Teacher Jim STEVENSON - cites results.] [Chancellor Dr. Charles REID - notes role played by business demands in state's upgrading.] [Senator Bob GRAHAM - comments.]

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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