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Can America’s Schools Be Saved?
Aired 9/16/1994

American school children aren’t learning what they should. Do we need to set nationwide educational standards to help them compete in the global economy?
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  Albert Shanker
    president of the American Federation of Teachers, member-National Board of Professional Teaching Standards
  Dennis Doyle
    senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, co-author of Winning the Brain Race: A Bold Plan to Make Our Schools Competitive
  Kriner Cash
    associate dean of the School of Education at Howard University
  Myron Lieberman
    senior research scholar at the Center for Social Philosophy and Policy

Originally Aired: 9/16/1994

   
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