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The National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education foundation will receive $2.5 million from the National Science Foundation to go toward its STEM Equity Pipeline initiative, The Herald reports.

Child Welfare 

Oregon has been ranked third in the nation for most expensive childcare, KVAL-TV reports. 

Juvenile Justice

Auditing and monitoring is over for the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, reports the Southern Political Report.

A Florida juvenile center will close in January, as its contract wasn’t renewed due to long-standing complaints, the Sun Sentinel reports.