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Michigan releases school district report cards with evident achievement gaps, Michigan’s reports.

Ohio attorney general finds that state superintendent Stan Heffner improperly advocated for private education firm, according to The Plain Dealer.

North Carolina Board of Education is considering increasing the number of charter schools, reports the Fayetteville Observer.

Child Welfare

Child Welfare groups are lining up to get a cut of the $60 million fine against Penn State, according to The Patriot-News.

Sealed info in a disappearance case might have saved the lives of two boys, reports The Salt Lake Tribune.

Juvenile Justice

A new report shows that fewer kids are victims of violent crimes, but more kids are poor, iWatch News reports.


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