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Focus (Education: Mayaquest) #611812

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 09, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Palenque, Mexico: George Lewis) The Mayaquest expedition in Central America in which the archaelogical research is beamed back to participating schools via the computer information superhighway featured; scenes shown from Mayan ruins in Palenque, Mexico and from a San Diego middle school, which is following the high-tech explorers' adventures on the Internet. [Mayaquest team leader Dan BUETTNER, teacher Helen COPELAND, STUDENT, Mayaquest team leader Julie ACUFF - talk about the information exchange.]

Lewis, George;
Williams, Brian

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