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Education

President Obama unveiled a $1 billion plan to create master teachers, Business Week reports.

Child Welfare

Oklahoma’s Department of Human Services begins its overhaul, according to KJRH-2.

The Boy Scouts of America upholds its ban on gay members and volunteers, reports The New York Times.

Juvenile Justice

Two Texas youth arrested after impersonating a classmate on Facebook, KDFW reports.

A Chicago program helps lower violent crime rate among male youth, according to Futurity.

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