Top Headlines 11/15

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The looming fiscal cliff has San Francisco preparing to receive less federal education funding, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Nebraska education officials will have public meetings from five cities around the state to discuss social studies standards, reports the Seattle Post Intelligencer. 

Child Welfare 

The computer software that keeps track abused and neglected children for Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services will be reviewed again, The Tennessean reports.

Juvenile Justice

An audit shows juvenile offenders are more likely to re-offend at a juvenile state prison in Kansas that has insufficient drug treatment programs, the Topeka Capital Journal reports. 

The high arrest rate at a Florida school for students with severe emotional problems has caused justice officials alarm, the Orlando Sentinel reports.