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Tonight on 360°, a Lexus driver's near death experience. That's what she calls the six miles of terror, at up to 100-miles per-hour, when she couldn't control her car.
Rhonda Smith's testimony came at the first of three Congressional hearings on Toyota's recall problems.
Will the repairs underway at dealers across America fix the problem? Drew Griffin is keeping them honest.
We also have an update on the fate of the entire teaching staff at a Rhode Island high school. Tonight the Board of Trustees for Central Falls School District voted on whether to fire all 88 teachers. We'll have the decision on the program.
As we reported last night, the superintendent wants to fire the teachers for poor performance. Less than half the students graduate and only seven percent are proficient in math. Almost all the students live in poverty.
School leaders came up with a proposal to have the teachers spend more time with students to improve test scores. They wanted more money.
Tonight you'll hear from the superintendent and a teacher.
Join us for these stories and much more tonight on 360°.
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