Archives: 2014 & Earlier

Top Headlines 12/31


Poor statistics puts West Virginia’s education system in peril for 2013 educational reforms, The Fayette Tribune reports

Child Welfare

Nebraska goes ahead with child welfare system changes, causing tension with child advocates, the Lincoln Journal Star reports. 

Iowa children have the greatest risk of abuse during their earliest years, reports the Des Moines Register.   

Juvenile Justice 

North Carolina’s recent homicide cases gives new interest to juvenile crime in the state, the News & Observer reports. 

Complaints have arisen over a new juvenile center opening in west Philadelphia, reports the Philadelphia Daily News.  


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