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Education

Michigan’s Education Achievement Authority has become the state’s only finalist in the President’s 2012 Race to the Top District competition, Michigan Live reports.

Florida Governor Bush speaks out about education reform and his belief that teachers unions are part of the problem, reports The Washington Times.

Child Welfare

The trial for a child who disappeared from foster care has begun, The Ledger reports. 

Computer software glitches in Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Service should be completed by the end of next summer, reports The Tennessean. 

Several advocacy agencies are making a strong effort improve mental health care in Durham public schools, the Durham Herald Sun reports. 

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