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Top Headlines 10/26


A new math plan for Virginia schools has been approved by the state Board of Education, the Huffington Post reports. 

The District of Columbia has agreed to help pay for charter-school facilities that are normally paid for with federal funds, reports The Washington Post.

Child Welfare

The Fremont Tribune features a report on the struggles of youth who age out of foster care.

Juvenile Justice 

L.A. County’s juvenile justice system will continue to be monitored by the U.S. Department of Justice for at least another year, the Los Angeles Times reports. 


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