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The Nightly Journal (Kindergarten) #792257

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 07, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Martin Savidge) The push toward a more academic curriculum for kindergarten featured; details given of the impact of the No Child Left Behind act. [US Department of Education Russ WHITEHURST†- says what children know when they enter kindergarten can predict reading scores through 10th grade.] [Kindergartner Raeven FAULKNER††- tells her reading skills.] [Mother Sarah FAULKNER†- comments on finding a curriculum to advance her daughter.] [Kindergarten teacher Leslie FALCONER†- says we are robbing them of their childhood.] [Researcher David ELKIND††- says kindergarten education play is a way in which children learn.]

Williams, Brian;
Savidge, Martin

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