On Tuesday’s NewsHour: Remembering Richard Holbrooke; Teen Drug Use
REMEMBERING AMBASSADOR HOLBROOKE | A day after his death at the age of 69, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke was praised Tuesday as “one of a kind.” Margaret Warner chronicles Holbrook’es decades of public service, then Jim Lehrer looks back on the diplomat’s life and legacy with former Ambassador John Negroponte and Susan Glasser of Foreign Policy magazine.
TEEN DRUG USE | A new report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse shows teenage drug use is up, especially among eighth graders. Gwen Ifill speaks with drug czar Gil Kerlikowske about the report.
FRESH APPROACH TO TEACHER EVALUATION | Special correspondent for education John Merrow looks at Toledo’s unique Peer Assistance Review program, which allows teachers mentorship opportunities and longer-term evaluation.
‘WALK IN MY SHOES’ | Judy Woodruff has a book conversation about passing on life lessons with co-authors Andrew Young and his godson, Kabir Sehgal.
Jim Lehrer and Gwen Ifill are Tuesday’s anchors. Hari Sreenivasan will have the day’s other top news stories and a preview of features on our website. We hope you’ll join us.