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America's Toughest Assignment: A National Forum #650327

CBS Special for Thursday, Sep 06, 1990

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The second of two broadcasts examining the US educational system, this broadcast is a live forum with Charles Kuralt (CBS), Pat and George Paluso, Susie and Bill Jakaitis, Mary Salisbury, Marvin Jackson, Hans Debruyn, Eugene (OR) high school Principal Jim Ford, Portland (OR) Superintendent of Instruction Matthew Profit, Alfred Taubman, Seaman Automotive President/CEO Timothy Luliette, teacher Robert Fain, teacher Sybil Knight Thompson, teacher Susie Kinkead, teacher Honey Goldberg, teacher Nat Boughton, teacher Deborah Montoya, student Demond Carter, student Elke Rein, student Lydia Salazar, student Elizabeth Ngyun, and student Jeff Denzer; for part one see the record entitled "America's Toughest Assignment: Solving the Education Crisis".


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