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In Depth (Charter Schools / Attracting Teachers) #631026

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 30, 1999
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.

(Miami: Kerry Sanders) The increasing popularity of charter schools examined; scenes shown from a Miami public elementary charter school built by Ryder transportation company. [Ryder employee Kristina AGUIRRE - talks to her daughter.] [Ryder CEO Tony BURNS - says the school helps the company keep employees.]

(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Anne Thompson) Concerns about low teacher salaries examined; details given of ways to bring potential teachers into the classroom examined. [Dallas teacher Cathy SNEED - says her students can make what she makes right out of college.] [Chicago public schools Toni HILL - says schools will have to pay more.] [Columbia University Teachers College Dr. Arthur LEVINE - says money and poor status are major issues.] [Harvard School of Education Dr. Richard MURNAME - says teachers get better with experience.]

Pauley, Jane;
Sanders, Kerry;
Thompson, Anne

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