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Largo, Florida / School Violence #323121

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 09, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(NYC: Richard Schlesinger) School shooting in Largo, Florida, recalled. [Assistant principal Nancy BLACKWELDER - describes incident.] [high school teacher Doug. DeMARCO - comments on being stabbed and robbed in bathroom.] Adults noted demanding increased security in schools. [GIRL - explains why she carries knife.] [National School Safety Center Ronald STEPHENS - comments on school violence.] [Boston, Massachusetts, STUDENTS - list guns they've seen in schools.] [TEEN - comments on violence.] [Students Jay CAYANGYAND and Ruben BRIGARY - decry situation.] [BLACKWELDER - says schools should be learning institutions.] [Jacksonville, Florida, school superintendent Herb SANG -says times have changed.]

Rather, Dan;
Schlesinger, Richard

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