CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 05, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Bruce Morton) Question of whether heritage should be taught in public schools examined; scenes shown of Los Angeles, California, elementary school where kids speak twenty-six languages. [Los Angeles assistant superintendent Barbara SMITH, Portland, OR, school superintendent Matthew PROPHET, teachers Bill LEISHAN and Elaine SEVEY, recent Harvard graduate Fidel VARGAS - comment.] [California school superintendent Bill HONIG, education historian Diane RAVITCH - talk about dangers of too much pluralism.]
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