COMMENTS: Friday Feature Watch

CBS' Follow the Money looked at the Teach for America program, which trains college graduates to become schoolteachers in poor urban and rural districts. Normally this type of program gets glowing feature coverage. Consider NBC's Anne Thompson on Teach for America eighteen months ago or NBC's Michelle Kosinski on Troops to Teachers or CBS' Michelle Miller on midlife career changes. No glowing this time: Sharyl Attkisson rapped Teach for America on the knuckles for sloppy bookkeeping in how it spent grant money.

NBC and ABC both closed the week on charity schemes. ABC anchor Charles Gibson introduced us to Person of the Week Joanne Goldblum, who insists that diapers are a household necessity in families with toddlers yet are not eligible to be purchased with food stamps. Goldblum organized the Diaper Bank to make them affordable. On NBC, Chris Jansing hung out with Mimi Ausland, a nine-year-old animal lover in Bend Ore. Ausland is Making a Difference by organizing, a sponsored Website which supplies food in the style of without the vocabulary game--for dogs at animal shelters. Ausland explained she was inspired by Jansing's NBC report last month on pets abandoned by homeowners after they are evicted by foreclosure.


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