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The Wyoming Department of Education is under fire for missing a deadline to submit a report detailing several failures by the department, the Casper Star-Tribune reports. 

Child Welfare

The number of Iowa children in poverty has increased since the year 2000, reports the Times-Republican.

Juvenile Justice

Nebraska’s Attorney General feels hearings for inmates serving life sentences for crimes committed, as juveniles, should continue, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

A report shows that there has been little progress for young black people in Indiana, reports the Indianapolis Start. 


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