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Top Headlines 11/6


Today is Election Day. Check out both candidates’ education ideas, reported by CNBC.

The future of charter schools may be decided by the state of Georgia, the New York Times reports.

Child Welfare

Moms struggling with substance abuse are being helped to get on track and win back their children, reports the Royal Oak Daily Tribune.

Juvenile Justice

Keeping young people out of trouble by keeping them out of jail has become Philadelphia’s main focus for juvenile offenders, the Philadelphia Daily News reports. 

A justice panel for young offenders provides a chance for redemption, reports the Arizona Daily Star. 


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