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Education

The New York Times reports a New York agency feels police have been too aggressive in New York City schools.

Child Welfare

A youth leader from the Gay-Straight Alliance Network talks bullying and zero tolerance, via The Huffington Post.

Juvenile Justice

A Maryland Representative confirms that after a judicial outcry, the Justice Department will visit a Baltimore jail it was suppose have been visiting for years, The Republic reports.  

Louisiana State University reports a decrease in Louisiana’s juvenile detention population, via The News Star.

A local Maine community comes together to get educated on the juvenile justice system, according to The Bangor Daily News.

A Louisiana juvenile justice agency has lost 285 workers in the past five years, according to The Times Picayune.