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Education

Florida’s State Board of Education is calling for $300,000 from the state of Florida to provide more computers in schools, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Child Welfare

The Tennessean reports talks continuing as Dickson County, accused of not protecting severely abused kids, faces the Department of Children’s Services.

Juvenile Justice

Florida plans to privatize its last five juvenile justice residential facilities by next year, The Republic reports.

The New York Times features first person accounts of some dealing with life sentences in juvenile cases

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