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Top Headlines 5/17

Education is more important than immigration for Latino voters a new poll finds, The Sacramento Bee reports.
U.S. Department of Education officials are studying the success Grand Rapids Public Schools is having with community partnerships, Michigan Live reports.

Child Welfare

A Houston boy kidnapped eight years is not ready to meet his parents after being in foster care, child welfare officials say, The Washington Post reports.


Juvenile Justice

Zimmerman prosecutors released an evidence list, CNN reports. 

In Kentucky, a new report shows the high number of incarcerated youth with low priority crimes in the state,  WFPL News reports.


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