After New York businessman Eugene Lang told sixth-graders in Harlem that he would pay for their college tuition if they made it through high school. Thus, as 60 Minutes reported back in 1986, the 'I Have A Dream' foundation was born. Since that broadcast, Lang's idea has mushroomed across America. Bob Simon reports.
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