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'The Christian Science Monitor' explores the growing prominence of Native American tribal immersion in schools, focusing on language and culture.
US President George Bush has announced the nomination of National Gallery of Art Director Earl A. Powell III to serve on the National Council on the Arts, the advisory body of the National Endowment for the Arts.
In 'Controlling Copyright Through Technology: When Elephants Dance' Michael Fraase examines the idea that 'the fusion of the entertainment industry with consumer electronics is creating a breed of giants which is trampling underfoot historically-established guarantees of moral rights and fair use.'
'Human Knowledge Held Digitally May Be Lost' reports on a paper presented at a recent UNESCO meeting, which notes that an 'enormous trove of digital information covering all areas of human endeavour could be lost if specific techniques and policies are not developed to conserve it.'
In 'Setting Online Works Free Doesn't Please Everyone' the Seattle Times investigates the debate over digital rights and intellectual property, finding that 'It's an uphill battle to convince people that individuals can make their work freely available over the Internet, available for folks to use however they want without any obligations.'
Are we being serious enough about our youth music in New Zealand?