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Sandusky Trial Fall-out

Paterno and others at Penn State found at fault in abuse inquiry, The New York Times reports.

Nike is removing Paterno’s name from their child care center, reports the CBS Sports.

The family of Paterno issued a response to the inquiry report, The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.


U.S. Secretary of Education challenges states to raise their rate of diploma-holders by 60 percent, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

Pennsylvania seats two students on their board of education, reports the Wall Street Journal.

Child Welfare

Florida is looking to recruit 1,200 more foster parents to ease the burden on their system, WFTV reports.

A campaign is aiming to shut down a website that allows child prostitution ads, according to ABC15.

Juvenile Justice

An Iowa Court of Appeals overturns two life sentences following the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision banning juvenile life sentences without parole, Eastern Iowa News Now reports.

South Carolina opens a Store of Hope for juvenile offenders to turn their lives around, according to WACH Fox