Archives: 2014 & Earlier

Top Headlines 10/16


Sex education will become an option for students in Florida Keys schools, reports the Miami Herald.

The Chicago mayor continues to push for arts education in Chicago schools, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. 

Child Welfare

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the cost of living in Philadelphia rising drastically, making it difficult for families to live without government assistance.

Juvenile Justice

A dog trainer has seen success teaching empathy to juvenile offenders, the Record-Searchlight reports. 

The New York Times editorializes the issue of juveniles in adult jails


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