In the summer of 2015, the Obama administration acknowledged that prison education plays an important role in recidivism by temporarily re-instating the Pell Grants, a financial entitlement for students. Read more about the Pell Grants for Prisoners.
Below are resource pages taken from the award-winning book, College for Convicts. Each of these pages provides helpful information on the history of prison education and many well-researched facts that make a very compelling case for prison education.
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Prison Education Reduces Recidivism
Prison Education’s Controversial History
Obama Pilot Project to Explore Link Between Prison Education and Recidivism
Investing in Education for Prisoners Curbs Recidivism
Transforming Communities Through Prison Education
Inmates Find Self-Worth Through Prison Education
Push for Inmate Education Moves Beyond Prison Walls
Prison Education Outside the United States
Join the Campaign to Support Prison Education
Prison Education Pays For Itself
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