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(Studio) Report on situation in Los Angeles since beginning of school busing plan.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Los Angeles, California) Los Angeles school board figures with regard to student enrollment noted. Lower number of white students than expected at Breed Saint School in Mexican-American section of city given as example Enrollment of many white students in private schools and in home tutorial programs detailed. [Tutorial teacher Sharon LAWENDA - says group signed contract for semester, as long as mandatory busing is effective.] Thoughts of parents and students about tutorial programs stated. [Student Jeff RUBIN - won't get graduation from 6th grade and isn't with friends.] School officials' designation of busing as successful, despite low white attendance, cited.
REPORTER: Jim Mitchell
- Mitchell, Jim;
- Reynolds, Frank
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