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Morning Round-up April 3, 2007`

Report puts pacifier on 'smart baby' debate USAT
Many efforts to build "brighter babies" are doomed to failure because they are built on misinterpretations and misapplications of brain research, a report says.

Plans for Revamped G.R.E. Are Abandoned NYT
After spending four years and $12 million on research, the Educational Testing Service has abandoned plans to introduce a revamped Graduate Record Exam this fall.

Settlement reached in New York student loan probe
A settlement with three dozen schools and a major lender announced Monday will make the student loan process more fair to students and their families, state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said.

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