Department of Education Probe Finds No Ethical Lapses in Columnist Contract

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A Department of Education investigation has found department officials used poor judgment in hiring conservative commentator Armstrong Williams to promote the No Child Left Behind law. But it found no evidence of legal or ethical violations.

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