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Education 

Vermont’s Board of Education will decide on whether to close a public elementary school and re-open it as an independent school, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Child Welfare

Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services have been working to create a new process for releasing information about children who have died on their watch, The Tennessean reports. 

The Arizona governor plans to focus this legislative session on fighting for children and the poor, reports The Arizona Republic. 

Juvenile Justice

A California 12-year-old has been convicted of the second-degree murder of his neo-Nazi father, raising questions about the severity of child abuse and violence, the Chicago Tribune reports. 

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