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A report released by The Education Trust emphasizes culture and police changes for schools, The Huffington Post reports.
Congress is expected to pass bill preventing the doubling of interest rates on student loans, according to The Christian Science Monitor.

Bill Gates thinks that higher education needs to be changed by the Internet, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Child Welfare

Georgia is helping low-income children get fed this summer, according to The Augusta Chronicle.

Juvenile Justice

Arizona students hand out punishments to first-time juvenile offenders in Youth Court, The Tulsa World reports.

A court rules Arizona cannot sample DNA from juveniles that are not convicted, The Arizona Daily Sun reports.