CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 26, 1996
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.
(Rochester, New York: Wyatt Andrews) United States First, a corporate sponsorship of math and science related projects for high school kids, featured; scenes shown from the competition. [Entrepreneur Dean KAMEN, student Yolanda FLOWERS - comment on the improvement in their math and technology skills.] The need for high tech work skills in tomorrow's job market noted. [In Ford plant, Steve McHENRY - says high school kids cannot work as auto mechanics.]
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