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School choice programs have expanded nationwide despite protest from teachers unions and education workers, reports The Huffington Post.  

Child Welfare

Low-income Mississippi parents who receive federal vouchers for child car will have to get finger scanned, the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports.

Juvenile Justice

A Pennsylvania child defendant charged with criminal homicide is requesting transfer from adult criminal court to juvenile criminal court, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Two Alaskan high school boys have been charged with second-degree assault, the Huffington Post reports. 


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