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Editorial Board, Delaware County Times •

Perhaps the most disturbing thing about the lawsuit filed last week in connection with the saga at Glen Mills Schools was not the damning beha…

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Khaliah Ali Wertheimer, The Inquirer •
The suit, filed Thursday by Juvenile Law Center, Education Law Center, and Dechert LLP, seeks financial damages on behalf of the students sent to Glen Mills by the courts only to be abused.
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Associated Press •

Four former students at the nation's oldest reform school have filed a federal class-action lawsuit alleging that they were abused and denied an education.

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Signe Wilkinson, philly.com •

Political Cartoon: Glen Mills clean up

Who will reform the Glen Mills reform school? According to the Juvenile Law Center’s investigation, sparked by an Inquirer investigation of the facility has

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Katy Reckdahl, JJIE •

“I’m almost at a loss for words at how it is possible that Henry, yet again, was denied. One would have thought that he would

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Nicholas Malfitano, Penn Record •
“[The plaintiffs’] stories are vivid and their stories are horrifying, and they typify the kind of information that we have been hearing for months about what happened to the children at Glen Mills.”
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Avi Wolfman-Aren, Philadelphia Business Journal •

The lawsuit seeks a minimum of $10 million in damages. The lawyers spearheading the case say they hope it will prompt Pennsylvania to tighten its

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The Inquirer Editorial Board, The Inquirer •

A lawsuit filed against state departments, officials, and others on behalf of Glen Mills students suggests that the institution was not just a dangerous place