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Retirees / Teacher Training #713314

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 05, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(NYC: Lynn Brown) Efforts to retrain business retirees as school teachers featured; scenes shown of training of NASA retiree Charlie Boyle as science teacher . [BOYLE - says figured to work with NASA until age 80, but changed mind.] Projected need for teachers reported; universities' mid-career teacher training programs noted. [Harvard University Katherine MERSETH - says this is way to find highly qualified teachers.] Pilot programs by Army, Navy & industry to beef up teacher supply detailed. [Polaroid Corp. spokesperson Beverly ROMAN - says industry must help correct shortage.] [United Federation of Teachers spokesperson Sandra FELDMAN - says there are lot of social studies teachers teaching math.] [MERSETH - describes qualities of business retirees.] Boyle shown in classroom.

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob;
Brown, Lynn
Duration:
00:02:20

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