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UPDATE: The contempt charge against the girl who tweeted the names of her sexual assaulters has been withdrawn, The Courier-Journal reports.


Texas sees more schools relying on state-funded Regional Education Services Centers as funding falls, the Amarillo Globe-News reports.

Cleveland officials create a bi-partisan education reform plan, according to The National Review Online.

A new Harvard study shows that increased spending does not necessarily mean improved scores, reports The (Iowa) Gazette.

Child Welfare

An analysis of files shows that health services did not follow up on cases that led to child death, The Lexington Herald-Ledger reports.

Juvenile Justice

San Francisco’s new log cabin juvenile camp shows promise, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.

A Kentucky girl tweeted the names of her sexual assaulters and is now facing contempt of court charges, The Courier-Journal reports.