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The Department of Education released a nationally standardized financial aid reward letter dubbed the “Shopping Sheet,” ABC News reports.

The decline of enrollment in large school districts has led to layoffs, according to The New York Times.

Ohio panel on higher education recommends banning all tobacco on campuses, reports The Plain Dealer.

Child Welfare

Save the Children released its list of the top ten kid-friendliest countries. The U.S. didn’t make the list, as reported in Time.

Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice earns the American Correctional Association’s Golden Eagle Award, reports.


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