for-their-own-good: The Arthur Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Fla. has been home to some of The state's worst juvenile delinquents since the beginning of the 20th century. Children were also ordered to the school for minor infractions such as skipping school or smoking. Beginning in 2008, hundreds of men who were housed at the school as children began coming forward with haunting tales of the physical and psychological abuse they suffered at the hands of school officials. At left, rules are written on a dry-erase board in an abandoned dormitory. At right, former ward of the school Aaron Burns, right, talks with others in a 12-step meeting at a halfway house where he is living. Burns has struggled with mental issues, alcoholism, and been imprisoned four times since leaving the school as a teen in the 1980's.