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March 27, 1989 | JAY SHARBUTT, Times Staff Writer
In 1951 and 1952, before he became a newsman, Roger Mudd taught at a private boys' school in Rome, Ga. On Monday, he'll take public-TV viewers back to class as host of a five-part series examining the state of "Learning in America." Its first chapter examines, with often gloomy conclusions, how American education compares with that in Japan and other countries.
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March 27, 1989 | JAY SHARBUTT, Times Staff Writer
In 1951 and 1952, before he became a newsman, Roger Mudd taught at a private boys' school in Rome, Ga. On Monday, he'll take public-TV viewers back to class as host of a five-part series examining the state of "Learning in America." Its first chapter examines, with often gloomy conclusions, how American education compares with that in Japan and other countries.
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March 27, 1989 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Television is our biggest classroom, education one of our biggest problems. They merge tonight in the premiere of a PBS series titled "Learning in America," an ambitious, high-achieving five-parter that arrives at a time when the nation's system of education seems to be at a turbulent crossroads.
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March 27, 1989 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Television is our biggest classroom, education one of our biggest problems. They merge tonight in the premiere of a PBS series titled "Learning in America," an ambitious, high-achieving five-parter that arrives at a time when the nation's system of education seems to be at a turbulent crossroads.
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