Lawsuit Filed Against Glen Mills Following Abuse and Cover-Up Allegations
A lawyer at Philadelphia-based Juvenile Law Center says new revelations mentioned in that suit claim students were unable to learn.
"I'm talking about having many, many young people all in one room with no live instruction, no teachers, or almost no teachers actually at the school and what we learned from our named plaintiffs, is that they couldn't learn on the computer,” Kate Burdick, Attorney with Juvenile Law Center, said.
"The young people who have been held in the Glen Mills School were subject to a pervasive culture of violence and abuse and a deprivation of education. And that these abuses were allowed to continue unchecked because of failures of our state Department of Human Services and Educational agencies,” Burdick added.