Top Headlines 6/12 By Youth Today Staff | June 12, 2013 RecommendTweetPrint More More on Top Headlines: Archives 2014 & Earlier Subscribe to Top Headlines: Archives 2014 & Earlier Education Partisans take up positions as Senate explores what will replace No Child Left Behind. Education Opportunity Network releases "An Educational Declaration to Rebuild America." Child Welfare Senators Wyden and Portman propose federal legislation requiring states to classify child prostitutes as victims instead of juvenile offenders. Pennsylvania House proposes toughening protections for kids following Penn State and church child molestation scandals. Juvenile Justice Pennsylvania releases first comprehensive report of youth recidivism. Texas governor proposes life with parole for seventeen year olds convicted of murder. OJJDP report shows that number of juveniles in residential treatment continues to decline.