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Education Funding #333569

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 06, 1990
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) States reported looking for ways to replace cuts in federal education funding. Report introduced.

(Boston: Edie Magnus) Boston education cuts featured; school integration plan noted forcing schools to keep minority teachers; scenes shown of Shelley Cohen's classroom in Boston school; details given of upcoming education tax vote in Beverly Hills, California, and vote against education-linked tax in Tucson, Arizona. [Teacher Dan FOLEY - talks about his frustration.] [WOMAN - criticizes school board.] [School principal Angela WORMSER-REID - says nobody wants to pay for education.] [Boston teacher Cassie ELLISTON - says kids need minority role models.] [Boston teacher John BRENNAN - criticizes the integration plan.] [Student Angie PERRY - says black and white issue is wrong.]

Reporter(s):
Bradley, Ed;
Magnus, Edie
Duration:
00:03:10

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