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Top Headlines 11/14


A special education audit reveals a need for reform in Auburn elementary schools, reports the Auburn Citizen. 

Child Welfare

The West Virginia State Police is getting federal grant money to battle the sexual exploitation of children, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. 

Connecticut medical providers and child welfare workers are trying to improve the discovery and reporting of child abuse, reports The Republic. 

Juvenile Justice 

The state of Michigan struggles with mandatory juvenile life sentences since the Supreme Court outlawed it, The Final Call reports. 


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