Detention teen

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A year-old is in juvenile detention despite the pandemic after a judge ruled she violated probation. In a stunning turn of events, a year-old student in Michigan has been sent to juvenile detention during the pandemic after a judge ruled that she violated her probation by not completing her online schoolwork. The teen, only identified to the public as Grace, had originally gotten into trouble for fighting with her mother and stealing, but had since cleaned up her act, and had near-perfect attendance at her school, ProPublica reports. Local advocates are outraged and say they are unaware of any other case involving the use of juvenile detention for a child failing to meet academic requirements after schools closed due to the spread of COVID Some experts also believe that this case may also reflect the systemic racial bias that has impacted Black communities during the pandemic. Read More: North Carolina woman recants story that put 4 Black teens in jail for years.

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Black Teen Sent to Detention Facility Over Online Schoolwork | Time

Dozens gathered at the Oakland County Circuit Court on Sunday afternoon for another protest against the detention of a year-old girl who was sent to a juvenile detention after she was found in violation of her probation by not doing online coursework. Organizers at Sunday's demonstration said that Grace's story is just one of many, and it emphasizes the importance of dismantling the systems in place that allowed for her detention. More: A teenager didn't do her online schoolwork. So a judge sent her to juvenile detention. Grace is symbolic of the problems in our system, so our issues are beyond just one person.

Teen sent to juvenile detention center for not doing online schoolwork

CNN The last of four teenagers who escaped from a juvenile detention center in Nashville, Tennessee, nearly two weeks ago was captured on Thursday, authorities said. Marshals at an Antioch apartment complex. A tip provided through Crime Stoppers helped lead authorities to year-old Brandon Caruthers, who was recaptured in a suburban Nashville apartment, the Metro Nashville Police Department said. Police posted a photo of what appeared to be an ARstyle rifle and boxes of ammunition that police confiscated from the apartment.
A Michigan judge has sparked backlash after a new report found she sentenced a Black teenager to a juvenile detention facility for a probation violation. The violation? That the teen had not been completing online assignments as her school shifted to remote learning during the COVID pandemic.