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New York City Strike Over / Issues #579

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 19, 1968
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(Studio) New York City public schools open.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Issue 1st ctrd. on job security with regard to local board transferring teachers. Issues turned to racism.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

(Studio) Reporter and writer and journalist, Nat Hentoff, speaks of community control.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Studio) Thrust for community control growing. Can teachers and communities work together? Ghetto schools failed. Parents no longer believe it's children's fault; they want to control who's hired. Local teachers-union in Washington, DC works well with community. May be new criteria for classroom participation set up in NYC. Study shows parents not that unaware of what education is about. Just concerned with education working well.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds; Nat Hentoff

Reporter(s):
Hentoff, Nat;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:04:30

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