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Eye On America (Schools / Violence Against Teachers) #343186

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 06, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Harold Dow) Attacks against teachers in urban schools featured. [Teacher Michael GRANT, vice principal Michael RUGGIERO - talk about being attacked at school.] Metal detectors, rate of gun confiscation in Dallas schools noted; scenes shown. [Susan RUGGIERO - wonders about her husband's safety.] Results given of Education Department survey on the number of urban teachers who have been threatened or attacked; efforts by teachers' unions to promote school safety noted. [Teacher's union worker Ed MUIR - says teachers are frightened.] [Attacked teacher Robin PERSLEY - says students don't care.] [STUDENT - talks about working out problems.] New York City student program and funeral for murdered teacher Audrey Chasten shown. [Teacher Robert GOLDEN - talks about guns as school supplies.]

Dow, Harold;
Rather, Dan

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