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Detroit education officials struggle with the state’s Education Achievement Authority, The Detroit News reports. 

Child Welfare

Three federal grants will help Kentucky enhance youth substance abuse and prevention treatment efforts, reports the Murray State News.

More advocacy centers are being demanded following the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports.

Juvenile Justice

The New York Times features an editorial on the struggle to change juvenile laws since the outlawing of madatory life sentences for juveniles.

More than $80 million may be cut from Los Angeles county courts, the San Bernardino Sun reports.

A Georgia panel put together by Governor Deal has been working on juvenile justice reform, reports the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.