CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 19, 1993
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The crisis in Alabama's schools, which have been legally required to provide an adequate education for all, featured; scenes shown from two schools near Birmingham to contrast good and bad elementary school facilities. [Trace Crossings School principal Dot RILEY, Salem Elementary School principal Melvia HOLMES, Alabama Coalition for Equity Dwayne KEY, A+ Coalition for Equity Bill SMITH, Auburn University historian Wayne FLYNT, Alabama education association Paul HUBBERT - comment on education in Alabama.]
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