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Paterson, New Jersey / High School Principal #318336

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 05, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Paterson, New Jersey: Bob Faw) high school principal Joe Clark shown keeping order in Paterson, New Jersey, HS. President Reagan and local clergy reported praising Clark's efforts. Clark's reform actions detailed. School board reported condemning Clark's actions. [CLARK - defends action.] [School board president Judith MORAN - wants Clark to stay within law.] [PARENTS and STUDENTS - defend Clark.] [Educ. Secretary William BENNETT - praises Clark.] Clark's impact on HS discussed. [CLARK - asks to be left alone to do job.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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