CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 13, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Giselle Fernandez) Championing of education by venture capitalist millionaire Mike Koldyke, who wants to save the inner city schools, featured; scenes shown from Chicago. [KOLDYKE, high school principal Reba HAIRSTON - talk about the problem.] Koldyke's Golden Apple Foundation, designed to honor Chicago's teachers, noted. [On phone, TEACHER - reacts to being named a Golden Apple winner.] [Award winner learning disabilities teacher Beverly HAWKINS - talks about teaching.] [Her STUDENT - says never give up.] [College scholarship recipient Angela JOHNSON - comments.] [KOLDYKE - hopes he makes a difference.]
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