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Morning Round-up January 11, 2006

Michigan: University to Comply With Ruling NYT
The University of Michigan acceded to a federal appeals court decision and said it would immediately comply with the state's new ban on affirmative action.

In Education Debate, Congress Must Talk Money NPR
One of the issues the new Congress will deal with is the renewal of the No Child Left Behind Act. Commentator Andrew Rotherham says that any reconsideration of education legislation will need to consider changes in the way it is funded.

Teacher fired over artwork AP
An art teacher whose off-hours work as a so-called "butt-printing artist" became widely circulated among high school students has been fired.

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