Top Headlines: Archives 2014 & Earlier

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Special education advocates are meeting in an attempt to persuade state officials to keep class sizes down, reports the Detroit Free Press.

Child Welfare

The Advocate profiles a speech therapist along with other child advocacy workers who make it their mission to help children in need.

A former nursing home in Texas will now be a homeless shelter for children, The Monitor reports.  

Juvenile Justice

The Illinois governor’s plan to close juvenile detentions and prisons has been momentarily derailed, the Rockford Register Star reports.  


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