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Why Every Foster Kid Should Have an 'Electronic Backpack'

Having a digital warehouse to hold foster kids' health and education records eases their many transitions from one home to another and makes it easier to apply for jobs and college. But few places have them.

Democrats Playing Defense in 2014 State Legislative Races

Democrats hold fewer chambers but have more at risk this year than Republicans. Here's a breakdown of what to expect in every state legislature's elections.

A Ban on Internet Access Taxes Could Cost States Millions in Revenue

The Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act would no longer let states or localities tax citizens for Internet usage.

 

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June 25, 2014
 

How States Are Failing Students with Disabilities

Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced a new grading system to evaluate whether states are meeting the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act -- and the first year's results aren't good.

 

Today's Headlines from Around the Nation

 
Politics
The Gubernatorial Winners in Maryland's Primary
State Delegate Who Allied with Tea Party Beat Top Md. Leader
Colo. GOP Picks Mainstream Gubernatorial Contender
McMaster Bests Campbell in S.C. Runoff for Lt. Gov.
Health & Human Services
The Texas Immigration Problem Is About to Become a Huge Health Problem
Infrastructure & Environment
Loveland Voters Break Anti-Fracking Trend in Colorado
Management & Labor
State Employee: Sandusky Should Get Pension Back
Illinois to Have a Minimum Wage Question on the Ballot
Public Safety & Justice
Court Rules Montana's Immigration Law Unconstitutional
New Assertions in Jerry Sandusky Investigation
Education
S.C. Superintendent Runoff Results in Landslides
California to Offer Financial Aid to Middle Class Students
Will Seattle Pay $58M in New Taxes to Fund Preschool?
Libraries Will Bring Wi-Fi Hotspots to Communities
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Faster Cars, Hotter Tech, Fewer Drivers

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