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Career Education facing accreditation woes, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.

Ohio education bill could hold back third-graders who lag in reading, The Republic reports.

Child Welfare

A new study finds American children of immigrant parents trailing behind, according to New America Media.

Two former oversight committee members step down from Oklahoma child welfare panel, reports The Tulsa World.

Ohio women’s shelter opens a youth shelter for sex-trafficking victims, according to 10TV in central Ohio.

Juvenile Justice

Sedgwick County, Kan., bans staff from attending a hearing on the closing of a juvenile justice boys ranch, according to The Wichita Eagle.

A Pittsburgh program brings youth and police together to foster trust, reports The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

A new Georgia law allows flexibility in alternative sentencing for non-violent crimes, The Marietta Daily Journal reports.