DALLAS -- A Texas junior college that lost millions of dollars in high-risk derivatives when it failed to comply with state investment laws has undertaken corrective actions recommended by the government.

The state auditor's office issued a report last week containing findings of a three-month inquiry into the investment practices of Odessa Junior College, whose involvement in derivatives triggered a crisis forcing the school to increase its debt and tuition.

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