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Education

An education group has given the California schools failed ratings, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Child Welfare 

A new state law gives extra protection to Michigan child welfare workers from lawsuits, the Lansing State Journal reports.

Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services refuses to divulge details about its handling of abused and neglected children, reports the Knoxville News Sentinel.

Juvenile Justice

Fewer students are being arrested across several Florida counties, reports The Daytona Beach News-Journal. 

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