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In Florida, the State Board of Education will consider more changes to how the state grades schools, The Miami Herald reports.

8th-grade students in the U.S. are doing better in science than they were two years ago, but most are still below proficiency, the federal government said, The Washington Post reports.

Child Welfare

New York mother convicted in death of battered child, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Juvenile Justice

In Texas, Jay Kimbrough has been named a special assistant to the new Juvenile Justice Department, reports.


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