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Eye on America (Eye on You) Part I #742061

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 17, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Special series on who may be watching Americans’ every move introduced.

(Biloxi, Mississippi: Mark Strassmann) The controversy over surveillance cameras in schools examined; videos shown of school bus mishaps and a drug raid in a South Carolina school; scenes shown from a Biloxi, Mississippi, school where all rooms are monitored. [Middle school teacher Amy THIBODEAUX†- says the cameras are like another set of eyes watching the students.] [Principal Pamela MANNERS†- says she can now deal with learning rather than behavior.] [Free Congress Foundation Jill FARRELL†- says the cameras teach the kids that being watched is okay.] [Parent Janet PUGH‡- supports the cameras.] [CameraWatch Roy BALENTINE†- comments on threats in schools.]

Rather, Dan;
Strassmann, Mark

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