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Top Headlines 8/16August 16, 2012 by Karen Edwards
California’s educational Assembly 5 Bill is stirring up controversy among educators, according to The Los Angeles Times.
The New York Times reports a new national study focusing on teenage sexuality and sexual habits.
A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) talks to the Idaho Press-Tribune about helping neglected children navigate the juvenile justice system.
State funds to build a Hawaii juvenile restorative justice program have been deferred by city council, according to The Garden Island.
A 17-year-old has been charged in the stabbing death of a man in Salt Lake City, reports The Salt Lake Tribune.
A pilot program that helps juvenile offenders reintegrate is expanding to Metro East Illinois, Suburban Journals reports.
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