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Catalog Number 00000330-VHS
Object Name Recording, Video Tape Cassette
Scope & Content Two panel recordings from "Project Education" a conference sponsored by CBS News at Georgetown University.

This recording includes the second panel session entitled "Teachers: Key to Educational Excellence." This panel was moderated by Lesley Stahl, Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News. The third panel session is entitled "The High Cost of Learning: Who is Going to Pay?" This panel was moderated by Mike Wallace.

"Teachers: Key to Educational Excellence" Panelists:

1.) Carroll A. Campbell, Jr., Governor of South Carolina.
2.) Barbara Ellis, Teacher in New York City.
3.) Martha Fricke, President of the National School Boards Association.
4.) Keith Geiger, President of the National Education Association (NEA).
5.) Anne Norford, Principal of Brownsville Elementary School in Crozet, Virginia.

"The High Cost of Learning: Who is Going to Pay?" Panelists:

1.) Jack T. Foster, Secretary of Education for Kentucky.
2.) James J. Florio, Governor of New Jersey.
3.) Pat Williams, Democratic Congressman from Montana, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education.
4.) Bill Honig, Superintendent of Public Instruction for California.
5.) Pat L. Tornillo, Jr., Executive Vice President of the United Teachers of Dade, Miami, Florida.
Date September 5, 1990
Event CBS News, "Project Education," Washington, D.C., September 5, 1990
Collection Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching - CFAT
People Stahl, Lesley
Campbell, Carroll A., Jr.
Ellis, Barbara
Fricke, Martha
Geiger, Keith
Norford, Anne
Wallace, Mike
Foster, Jack T.
Florio, James J.
Williams, Pat
Honig, Bill
Tornillo, Pat L., Jr.
Search Terms Washington, D.C.
Georgetown University
CBS News
Teaching Profession
NEA (National Education Association)
National Education Association (NEA)
National School Boards Association (NSBA)
NSBA (National School Boards Association)
Teacher Recognition
Teacher Recruitment
Teacher Salary
Teacher Training
School Reform
School Equity
United Teachers of Dade (Miami, FL)
School Funding