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Connecticut officials say 26 students have been removed from Norwalk schools since fall for being illegally enrolled, but a homeless single mother is the only parent to be criminally charged, the Associated Press reports. The district's review comes as Tanya McDowell prepares for her second court date on a larceny charge for enrolling her 5-year-old son under her baby sitter's address…
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