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In New York City, public school teachers may not contact students using personal social media accounts, but they can communicate with them using pages setup for classroom use, the New York Times reports.

Education Week continues to look at the the role of Congress in education policy.

MIT debuts video lectures for students in kindergarten through high school, GOOD reports.

Child Welfare

In Illinois, data shows a drop in child abuse cases, The Herald-News reports.

Number of painkiller-addicted newborns triples in 10 years, USA Today reports.

Juvenile Justice

Trying youths as adults hurts families and taxpayers, but not crime, Liz Ryan writes for the Christian Science Monitor.

Should juvenile court records be off-limits, The Columbus Dispatch reports.


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