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Sunday Cover (Women's Colleges) #359104

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 25, 1994
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) The reasons for the surge in interest in women's colleges examined; scenes shown from the campus of Wellesley College. [Wellesley freshman Christy SMITH, president Diana Chapman WALSH, "Failing at Fairness" co-author David SADKER, Hollins College junior Susanna KIRK, president Jane Margaret O'BRIEN, Wellesley senior Yashica OLDEN - talk about the aspects of the appeal of single-sex liberal arts colleges.] [Vassar president Frances FERGUSSON, American Association of University Women Anne BRYANT - advance the case for co- educational schools.] Report from the National Coalition of Girls Schools on the growing interest in single-sex education on the elementary and secondary school levels mentioned.

Magnus, Edie

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