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Child Welfare

Kim Maldonado of NBC Los Angeles reports on a 6-year-old who was taken to a psych ward after making a violent drawing and saying he wanted to die.

Casey Family Programs, a leading policy and practice grant maker in child welfare, named three new leaders yesterday.

Education and Jobs

Florida's investigation into the state's for-profit colleges already starting to yield results, reports Scott Travis of the Orlando Sentinel.

Andrew Rotherham of Time Magazine explores the myths about Teach for America.

Juvenile Justice

Tim Loh of CTPost.com reports on a group of juvenile detention officers who are publicly arguing for more staff to ensure safer conditions.

The latest in the trial of Luzerne County  juvenile judge Mark Ciavarella, from the Associated Press: a lawyer testifies about boxes of money she took to another judge, Michael Conahan, who has already accepted a plea agreement.