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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) National Educ. Association's (NEA) displeasure with President Reagan's education policies noted; president cands.' courting of organization examined. [Senators John GLENN, Ernest HOLLINGS, Alan CRANSTON and Reubin ASKEW - outline their education platforms to NEA.] Senator Gary Hart mentioned, shown. [NEA president Mary FUTRELL - notes political power of NEA.] Walter Mondale's standing with NEA (National Education Association) mentioned. Cands. noted appearing before National Women's Pol. Caucus in Texas next week.
REPORTER: Ken Bode
- Bode, Ken;
- Brokaw, Tom
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