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Inside Sunday (Higher Education) #326499

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 16, 1989
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Terence Smith) The older college students featured; case of Brooks Honeycutt, former backup singer, now attending Georgia Southern Univ., cited as example of student returning to school. [HONEYCUTT - comments.] [College Bd.'s Carol ASLANIAN - says older students want to use information now.] Univ. mkting. directed toward older students discussed. [Georgia State Univ. dean of admissions Ernest BEALS - says they are goal-oriented.] [HONEYCUTT - comments on what it was like to go back to school.]

(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(NYC: Richard Schlesinger) High-risk industry of student loans featured; statistics given of loan repayment problems. [Educ. Department spokesperson Chas. KOLB - comments on defaults.] Use of loan programs by trade schools reported [Former trade school student Debbie FERRIS - describes her trade school experience.] Ferris's problems in repaying student loan noted. [Attorney Elizabeth IMHOLZ - says no one is protecting student and consumer rights.] Govt. plans to crack down on trade schools abusing loan program detailed.

(Studio: Connie Chung) Federal and state govts. reported empowered to withhold tax refunds from people not repaying loans.

Chung, Connie;
Schlesinger, Richard;
Smith, Terence

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