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Wisconsin prepares the public for the release of school report cards based on each school’s performance, reports the Herald Times Reporter.

Child Welfare 

The Arizona Republic features a local group that provides starter kits for foster kids

The state of Iowa struggles as it faces a sweeping disproportionate number of minority foster kids, according to the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier.  

Juvenile Justice 

The last of five escaped Georgia juvenile offenders was captured early Sunday morning, the Augusta Chronicle reports. 

A youth court funding cut of $205,000 proposed by the mayor of an Alaskan city causes shock, reports the Alaska Dispatch.  


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