Top Headlines 11/19

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Funding issues and bipartisan disputes may halt the President’s plans to boost education, The Washington Post reports.

Child Welfare 

Twenty-three foster children received adoptive families on National Adoption Day in a Florida county, reports the Orlando Sentinel. 

Juvenile Justice

An Augusta panel agrees on juvenile reform proposals that will change the way minors are sentenced, The Augusta Chronicle reports.     

The Nebraska Board of Pardons will consider 27 cases of juveniles serving life sentences, reports the Columbus Telegram.