Top Headlines: Archives 2014 & Earlier

Top Headlines 06/26/2014

Juvenile Justice

  • SAMHSA and MacArthur select Georgia, Tennessee, Massachusetts and Indiana for new program to divert kids with behavioral disorders.
  • Rehabilitation not correlated with decrease in criminal activity for juveniles.

Child Welfare

  • The woes of childcare for single parents: One dad doesn’t “get it”.
  • Educating L.A. parents on sex trafficking.
  • Florida governor kicks off tour touting new efforts for kids.


  • New Massachusetts’ formula reduces opportunities for charter schools.
  • House Ways and Means approves over $200 billion in tax breaks and credits for education.



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