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Home Education #314977

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 26, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Bismark, North Dakota: Bob Faw) Commitment of some parents in North Dakota to education their children at home in defiance of state law examined; details given, scenes shown. [PARENT - describes secrecy.] Parents Lynette and Mark Dagley's similar commitment cited. [School superintendent Pius LACHER - defs. law.] [Mark DAGLEY - claims God requires them to teach children at home.] Related statistics outlined. Home education successes of Ishmael Wallace, Drew and Grant Colfax described. [Grant COLFAX - defs. system.] [Representative Carolyn NELSON - cites soc. limitations of home education] [LACHER - considers legal issue involved.] [Attorney Michael FARRIS - cites parents' legal argument.] [WOMAN - remains committed to home education despite jail term.] [Mark DAGLEY - agrees.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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