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Federal report: Fewer kids are victims of violent crime, but more are poor

By Susan Ferriss

Maryland, California taking action to improve dropout rates

By Susan Ferriss

Public radio talks to L.A. school police chief about court citations that have fallen heavily on young students

By Susan Ferriss

Los Angeles school police chief rethinking discipline policy

By Susan Ferriss

Child sex abuse: A North Dakota agent shines compared to Penn State negligence

By Susan Ferriss

Oakland leads way as restorative justice techniques enter education mainstream

By Eric K. Arnold

California bucks trend by rejecting new limits on 'solitary'

By Susan Ferriss

Supreme Court: Children shouldn't get life with no parole possibility

By Susan Ferriss

Youth rehabilitation centers in Florida under scrutiny

By Susan Ferriss

Obama decision eases undocumented kids' turmoil

By Susan Ferriss

L.A. school police, district agree to rethink court citations of students

By Susan Ferriss

NYPD school police citations draw criticism

By Susan Ferriss

Police, suspensions in schools need reform, new report urges

By Susan Ferriss

Public radio, Center report on L.A. school court citations' controversy

By Susan Ferriss

Los Angeles school police citations draw federal scrutiny

By Susan Ferriss

Calif. state senator wants 'roundtable' on school expulsions

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