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Education

North Carolina Education Lottery recorded its largest cash transfer for education in the lottery’s history, The Associated Press reports.

The House GOP is ready to keep interest rates down on federal loans to millions of college students, The Associated Press reports.



Child Welfare

Recent debates in the U.S. and Germany highlight how tough it is to talk about raising children without also taking or implying a certain position on how best to raise a family, the Atlantic reports.

Even though April, which is Child Abuse Prevention Month, is about to end, Clint Williams, the executive director of a children’s agency, said he hopes the community continues to be aware of and help prevent child abuse, the Norman Transcript reports.



Juvenile Justice

The U.S. Justice Department finds discrimination in Memphis, Tenn. juvenile courts, the Chicago Tribune reports.