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Campaign '92 / Education / Bush / Clinton / Perot #586546

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 14, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Education platforms of President Bush, Governor Bill Clinton, and undeclared presidential candidate H. Ross Perot featured; scenes shown of Clinton and Bush at 1989 governors' summit. [CLINTON - says America needs an education president; expresses his opposition to giving public money to private schools.] [On April 16, BUSH - says parents should have power to choose the best school.] Bush's and Clinton's plans for the Head Start program and college loans, improvements in the Arkansas school system since Clinton has been governor noted. [PEROT - comments on education system, reaching kids early.] [Teachers Association Bob BAKER - comments on Perot's record with regard to education.] [MAN - comments on Texas requirement that athletes pass competency tests.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea

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