Obama's effect on education felt in Mississippi

Teachers at Spann Elementary School in Jackson, Miss., are using President Barack Obama to teach their students lessons in character, race and reading. Educators say students are reading Obama biographies and learning about the new president through Black History Month lessons. A Mississippi College official says Obama will transform the way American history is taught.

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