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The Huffington Post reports both President Obama and Presidential Candidate Romney support education improvements, although they have different ideas on how to do so. 

Child Welfare 

Child welfare management in the Spirit Lake Nation Indian tribe of North Dakota will continue to stay in under the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs, Detroit Lakes Online reports.   

Nebraska’s number of children in the welfare system as hit an all-time low over the past 12 years, the Omaha World-Herald reports.

Juvenile Justice

Racial disparity in the juvenile justice system becomes the main topic at a Morgan State University forum, the Baltimore Sun reports. 

A $750,000 grant as been awarded to the state of Iowa to improve its juvenile justice programs, reports The Gazette. 


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