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A Closer Look (A Few Good Men) #850862

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 2007
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(Studio: Bill Weir) A closer look at the disappearing male teacher in the classroom introduced.

(Greenville, South Carolina: Bob Jamieson) The shortage of male school teachers examined; scenes shown from an elementary school in Greenville, South Carolina; details given about the aggressive state "Call Me Mister" program to increase the number of black male teachers. [Teacher Damon QUALLS‡- says African American male students need someone to identify with.] [Greenville County schools supt. Phinnize FISHER†- cites career options for teachers.] [Potential teacher Tony WEBB‡, teacher Zeb DENKEN‡- comment on teaching.]

Weir, Bill;
Jamieson, Bob

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