Archives: 2014 & Earlier

Top Headlines 9/13


Chicago students could be back in school by Friday as progress is being made between Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Child Welfare

A pilot program that helps homeless families that may need a child to enter foster care will be expanding, The Seattle Times reports. 

Juvenile Justice

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is grappling with the federal decision banning mandatory life-without-parole sentences for juveniles, The Morning Call reports. 

Trying juveniles as adults will be more difficult to do after a New Jersey Supreme Court ruling, reports The Daily Journal. 


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