Student Groups Near Nuclear Accident

May 1986
Education Week;5/7/1986, Vol. 5 Issue 33, p2
The article reports on the accident that took place at the Soviet Union's Chernobyl nuclear power plant, in which at least two groups of American high-school students were in Kiev, Ukraine. According to superintendent Herbert Pluschau of Massapequa schools, he had received word from Finnair that the students would be flown out of the Soviet Union on the first available flight.


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