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The Detroit Press reports that almost 50 Michigan schools could end up in a education program focused on school improvement, making it the largest school district in the state. 

The state of Nebraska is looking for ways to include agricultural education in public school curriculum, The Grand Island Independent reports.  

Child Welfare

The New York Times profiles young undocumented immigrants and their struggles

Nebraska is working to reduce the number of kids in its child welfare system, reports the Lincoln Journal Star. 

A routine Long Island child welfare visit lead to the discovery of a toddler’s body, The New York Times reports.

Juvenile Justice 

Georgia is looking to make improvements to its juvenile justice system, the Athens Banner-Herald reports.

An investigation is ongoing after a Tennessee juvenile offender committed suicide in his cell, reports the Jackson Sun.