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Education: Bush / Cost #340537

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 03, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Reports introduced.

(White House: Wyatt Andrews) Issue of education in America examined; scenes shown of President Bush shown visiting kindergarten class in Maine. [Democratic national chairman Ron BROWN - criticizes Bush on education.] [In speech, BUSH - says kids watch too much TV.] Democrats' hope that crisis in education can become a campaign '92 issue noted.

(Washington: Mark Phillips) Schools, budgets and teacher cutbacks featured; scenes shown from demonstration in Dallas over firing of teachers. [California superintendent of schools Bill HONIG, Association of School Administrators Richard MILLER, American Federation of Teachers Bela ROSENBERG - talk about financing education.]

Reporter(s):
Andrews, Wyatt;
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:50

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