GTE CALIFORNIA OUTLINES EFFORTS TO HELP REBUILD L.A.
GTE CALIFORNIA OUTLINES EFFORTS TO HELP REBUILD L.A. WHAT: GTE West Area President Larry Sparrow today announced GTE
California's commitments to the Rebuild L.A. effort, including donation of new approach to educational technology for K-12, adult education.
WHEN/WHERE: Tuesday, Oct. 27 -- 10:30 a.m. James A. Garfield Elementary School 2240 Baltic Ave., Long Beach -- 1:30 p.m. Maxine Waters Employment Preparatory Center 10925 South Central Ave., Los Angeles WHY: GTE will define its role in the economic revitalization of riot-affected areas in Los Angeles and Long Beach. Commitments will assist the thousands of people in Los Angeles and Long Beach who are willing to work but have not had the opportunities every person deserves. Effort includes short-term programs to stimulate business and provide services, as well as long-term efforts to provide education and training. Los Angeles riots pointed to geographically wide-ranging needs. Solution must be viable for all age groups. NOTE TO EDITORS: Reporters can test-run new approach to education technology, first time in Southern California. GTE technicians available to assist and give interviews. GTE executives available for interviews. Participants include students from each school, and representatives from Rebuild L.A., Los Angeles Unified School District, Long Beach Unified School District and GTE. CONTACT: Daniel Smith of GTE California, 24-hour newsline: 800-227-5556. -0- 10/26/92 R
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|Date:||Oct 26, 1992|
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