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The Kansas education board will hear updates on new standards for teaching history, government and social studies, the Kansas City Star reports.

Child Welfare

An Ohio children services agency plans to launch a major project focused on parents addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to save their children from the child welfare system, the Akron Beacon Journal reports. 

Juvenile Justice 

Tulsa World reports sufficient funding for Oklahoma’s juvenile justice system has eroded in recent years, according to the state’s secretary for Health and Human Services.    

Local Boston law enforcement officials note a drop in juvenile crime, reports  


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