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In an effort to provide schools and teachers with more resources and budget control, the New York governor and her task force have made major educational proposals, CBS News reports.

Child Welfare

A new center for juveniles who are probation and awaiting trial is opening in the District of Columbia, The Republic reports.

College students serve as mentors for at-risk youth in a program at Colorado State University, reports The Rocky Mountain Collegian.

Juvenile Justice

A Texas judge who defended a teen put in jail for a minor crime has been reprimanded for offensive behavior toward the juvenile justice officials who were handling the case, the Houston Chronicle reports. 


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