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Education

U.S. Conference of Mayors back parents seizing control of troubled schools, Reuters reports.

Education has become the great separator, according to The Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal.

Pennsylvania is considering a new formula for special education funding, reports Pennlive.com.

Child Welfare

Wisconsin’s child welfare system has improved transparency, The Green Bay Press Gazette reports.

Nebraska lacks aftercare services after the attempt to privatize child welfare, according to The Omaha World-Herald.

New York legislators have reached agreement on a special needs justice center bill, The Capitol Confidential reports.

Juvenile Justice

An Ohio county uses treatment as the goal of its juvenile justice system, reports The Marion Star.