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Top Headlines 7/5July 05, 2012 by Carl DeBeer
Wyoming seeks a federal waiver from No Child Left Behind, The Casper Star-Tribune reports.
Experts can’t explain decrease in Texas’ special education number, according to The Houston Chronicle.
Pennsylvania is slow to toughen their child abuse report laws, reports The Detroit News.
In the wake of several incidents, Georgia’s Department of Juvenile Justice is shifting focus and restructuring, Creative Loafing reports.
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