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International testing shows the U.S. performing steadily above average in elementary and middle school education, reports the Huffington Post.

The Children’s Defense Fund-New York celebrates five outstanding New York City high school seniors for their varying accomplishments, The Herald reports.

Child Welfare

More concerns are arising over the conditions and computer difficulties a child welfare division faces, reports the Springfield News-Leader. 

Juvenile Justice 

The Kansas Governor plans to unite the juvenile and adult corrections systems, Kansas City Star reports.

A report shows about 100 boys died at a controversial youth prison in the Florida Panhandle between 1900 and 1970, reports the Arizona Daily Star.