Fla. Young Felons In Schools, But Little Tracking

Each school day thousands of convicted felons enter Florida’s classrooms, but tracking them has proved nearly impossible for school districts, reports the Orlando Sentinel. No single agency keeps track of what happens to the children who leave the Department of Juvenile Justice, and local police don’t always tell school districts that felons have enrolled. State
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