School Children Displaced by Hurricane
The Senate Subcommittee on Education and Early Childhood held a hearing to discuss how to help school children displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Witnesses testified on the financial and social burdens created by the hurricane.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Daryl Gates Teacher Youree Drive Middle School (Shreveport, LA)
- Michaeline Green Superintendent Baton Rouge, LA->Catholic Schools
- Henry Johnson Assistant Secretary Department of Education->Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
- Rodney LaFon Superintendent St. Charles Parish, LA->Public Schools
- Mary Landrieu U.S. Senator [D] Louisiana
- Trent Lott U.S. Senator [R] Mississippi
- Michael Stein President Margolin Hebrew Academy
- Lamar Alexander U.S. Senator [R] Tennessee
- Christopher "Chris" J. Dodd U.S. Senator [D] Connecticut
- Michael "Mike" B. Enzi U.S. Senator [R] Wyoming
- Edward "Ted" M. Kennedy U.S. Senator [D] Massachusetts
- Jeff Sessions U.S. Senator [R] Alabama
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