Education: Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup:From the Los Angeles Times: Governor's Call For Giving Colleges Priority Over Prisons Faces Hard Political TestsArnold Schwarzenegger's plan to save money by privatizing prisons and the wisdom of linking the funding of universities and corrections facilities present formidable obstacles in Sacramento.From The Washington Post: Oy Vey! Yiddish May Go Away at U-Md.The only Yiddish teaching slot cut during budget squeeze.From The New York Times: Southern Schools Mark Two MajoritiesThe South has become the first region in the country where more than half of public school students are poor and more than half are ethnic minorities, a report found.From The New York Times: Law School Admissions Lag Among MinoritiesOver the last 15 years, the percentage and the number of black and Mexican-American students at law schools have fallen.Photo via