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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Smithville, North Carolina: Vince Gonzales) The dark side of the unregulated home schooling system of education examined; details given of the child abuse case involving Nissa & Kent Warren, whose son committed suicide after killing his siblings; statistics cited on home schooling in North Carolina. [Johnston County, North Carolina, district attorney Tom LOCK- describes conditions at the Warren residence.] [North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute Marcia HERMAN-GIDDENS- says children are deliberately kept out the public eye because they have visible injuries.] [North Carolinians for Home Education Hal YOUNG- says he doesn’t see a connection based on one tragic case.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Gonzales, Vince
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