In a new report released Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is warning that the lack of state-funded child education plans in the U, and the growing number of school closures, is putting children in harm’s way.

The report, which is based on data from the National Center for Education Statistics, says that as of May 2017, there were 2.7 million child education enrollees nationwide, representing 7.2 percent of all U.K. schools.

That represents 1.7 percent of the total number of schools.

It’s a worrisome trend, because children are most vulnerable to school closings because of the state-level closures, the report says.

The problem with a plan like the one in place in Ohio is that it relies on state money, which, even though it’s technically a tax, can be a problem for states that have not put money into it.

The problem is that if the state is forced to close schools, and it’s not just because the governor wants to close them, that could leave children at risk.

It could also put the burden on the state, which has to decide which kids to pick up after school and which to take in with them.

The U.N. children’s agency says that in the most extreme cases, children can end up in emergency rooms, which can be dangerous for them.

The number of closures also affects kids in rural areas where there are fewer schools and parents can’t access them.

There are also more children who are in foster care.

In order to get a plan to work, the state has to provide it to parents in a timely fashion, and states have to make sure the state’s own data about school closures is accurate.

States need to have plans that include a school closure estimate for each of the states they have, so that states can better compare and contrast plans.

And states have also to give parents some information about how their children’s health will be affected by the closures.

But it’s hard to come up with a good plan without some way to track what’s happening.

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