Archives: 2014 & Earlier

Top Headlines 6/20


Six states have formed a coalition to improve job training, reports ABC News.

Another for-profit higher education company is in trouble with the government, according to CBS News.

A new report shows public higher education does a poor job preparing students for the workforce, The Ithaca Journal reports.

Child Welfare

Nebraska has named an inspector general of child welfare, according to The Omaha World-Herald.

Pennsylvania is proposing a bill that would limit state regulation over religious child care, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

A decrease in red tape on interstate adoptions could help more children find families, reports Star-Telegram.

Juvenile Justice

Philadelphia council considers expanding high school peer-youth court program, The Daily News reports.



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