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JUVENILE JUSTICE

Florida lawmakers discarded proposed legislation to limit the use of solitary confinement in juvenile detention.

Restorative Justice is becoming ever more popular as an approach to juvenile justice reform.


CHILD WELFARE

The five surviving Schaible children, whose two siblings died after their parents chose faith healing over modern medicine, are now receiving court ordered care.  

Seven thousand fewer children are in foster care in Pennsylvania than in 2007. 


EDUCATION

Teachers across the nation have been hit by the recession.

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