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Education

Haar Bill (LB619) proposes to require school districts to offer sex education.

K-12 teachers in Florida to receive $2,500 pay raise in Gov. Rick Scott’s new education proposal.

D.C. team to investigate teacher and classroom quality.


Juvenile Justice

Alternatives for treatment of incarcerated juveniles in Nebraska to receive investment as state reorganizes juvenile justice system.

Community-based, trauma-informed, restorative solutions to youth crime and conflict in Cook County, Illinois are at the center of new report.


Child Welfare

CPS takes too long to investigate child abuse, report says.

Casey Family Programs awards individuals for improving child welfare.

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