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Top Headlines 7/30July 30, 2012 by Carl DeBeer
A Senate report finds for-profit colleges serve shareholders before students, The Washington Post reports.
Most Mississippi school districts chose abstinence-only sex-ed, according to the Sacramento Bee.
West Virginia is trying to find way around the budget crunch affecting child care, reports The Herald-Mail.
The juvenile court in Pensacola, Fla. is using a pet-therapy dog to ease the stress for kids, according to The Pensacola News Journal.
Center Texas juvenile detention center seen as model for reform, The Tucson Sentinel reports.
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