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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 18, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) President Bush's education reform plan examined; details outlined on screen; Fort Washington, MD, Potomac Landing Elementary School featured; politics of plan mentioned; scenes shown of teachers on strike in Everett, WA. [Parent Dorene ALBURY, White House domestic policy adviser Roger PORTER, BUSH, Representative Richard GEPHARDT, Colorado Governor Roy ROMER - comment.]

(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) National achievement test, standard in other industrialized countries, examined; opposition detailed; scenes shown from movie "Stand and Deliver". [High school senior Ryan MOORE, guidance counselor Georgia BOOKER, National Center for Fair and Open Testing Cinthia SCHUMAN, National Endowment for the Humanities Lynne CHENEY - comment.]

Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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