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Education

A Texas youth learning center will receive a $1.5 million federal grant to continue helping troubled teens, according to the Weatherford Telegram.

Child Welfare

A levy is narrowly gaining support to rebuild a Seattle youth services center, reports The Seattle Times.

Mercury News reports a California assembly committee is calling for the state to give more attention to the troubles of young, minority men

Juvenile Justice

Safety beds have been installed in an Illinois youth facility in an attempt to prevent suicides, according to the Daily Herald.

New Jersey Today reports that States are handling an increasing amount of female delinquents in proportion to other demographics. 

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