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Education & Public Safety Policy Brief (Justic

Details: Key findings from "Education and Public Safety" include: First of four in a series of policy briefs on public safety. Graduation rates were associated with positive public safety outcomes. Researchers have found that a 5 percent increase in male high school graduation rates would produce an annual savings of almost $5 billion in crime-related

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Education From the Inside, Out

Details: Education from the Inside, Out recommends reversing federal and state budget cuts from the 1990s that have virtually eliminated in-prison college programs in New York and across the country. The report includes a survey of relevant research and a review of six model in-prison college programs. The report also contains first-hand testimony from

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LEARNING to Reduce Recidivism: A 50-state analysis

Details: Higher education for prisoners, often the subject of public controversy, remains a crucial strategy in efforts to reduce recidivism and slow the growth of the nation's incarcerated population. New research conducted by the Institute for Higher Education Policy shows that corrections officials are finding innovative ways to support postsecondary

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EDUCATION FROM THE INSIDE, OUT

Details: Education from the Inside, Out i ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This report was an undertaking of the Correctional Association’s Public Policy Project. Jackie Ross, a Project Associate with the Public Policy Project, was the principal author.

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National Reentry Research and Policy Library

Details: Education & Public Safety Policy Brief (Justice Policy Institute) LINK More Info. Education Under Arrest: The Case Against Police in Schools LINK More Info. Family Engagement in Reentry for Justice Involved Youth (National Reentry Resource Center) LINK More Info. Incarcerated Parents and Their Children: Trends, 1991-2007 (The Sentencing Project

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National Reentry Research and Policy Library

Details: From the Classroom to the Community: Exploring the Role of Education during Incarceration and Reentry(Urban Institute) LINK More Info. Guide to California Expungement Programs PDF More Info. Hazmat Driver TSA Background Check Regulations PDF More Info. Housing, Health Care and Other Forms of Discrimination Against People with Alcohol and Drug

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National Reentry Research and Policy Library

Details: From the Classroom to the Community: Exploring the Role of Education during Incarceration and Reentry(Urban Institute) LINK More Info. Habilitation or Harm: Project Greenlight and the Potential Consequences of Correctional Programming LINK More Info

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National Reentry Research and Policy Library

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National Reentry Research and Policy Library

Details: From the Classroom to the Community: Exploring the Role of Education during Incarceration and Reentry(Urban Institute) LINK More Info. FTC Fact for The Consumer - Credit Reports and Employment Background Checks (Federal Trade Commission) LINK More Info. Full House Approves Second Chance Act Reentry Legislation - Nov. 14, 2007 (National HIRE

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National Reentry Research and Policy Library

Details: Education From the Inside, Out - The Multiple Benefits of College Programs in Prison (The Correctional Association) PDF More Info. Finding Direction: Expanding Criminal Justice Options by Considering Policies of Other Nations (Justice Policy Institute) LINK More Info. From the Classroom to the Community: Exploring the Role of Education during

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IHEP Recidivism booklet

Details: education programs was most often offered by public two-year (community) colleges. Very few private, for-profi t institutions offered college courses in prisons. On-site instruction was the most frequent instructional method, but some prison systems offered distance education programs using video or satellite instruction. Internet

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Unchaining Civil Rights

Details: The project identifies documents and describes the institutional and structural exclusions in the four Es - employment, education, enfranchisement and equality and the ways that these exclusions result in de facto discrimination of racial minorities. We hope to spur alliances among advocates for criminal justice system reform, the civil rights

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New York State Statistics Website

Details: It contains information covering demographics, economics, elections, government finance, public safety, housing, education, health, energy, and much more. The heart of the website is an on-line version of the New York State Statistical Yearbook. In its 29th edition, the Yearbook offers a wide array of statistical data on the economy, finances

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THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CRIMINAL JUSTICE …

Details: Programs (OJP) and its federal partners: the U.S. Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and Labor. This initiative is a comprehensive effort that addresses both juvenile and adult populations of serious, high-risk offenders. It provides

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RESOURCE, INFORMATION ASSISTANCE MANUAL

Details: that assist with employment, education or vocational training. Researchers and policy makers may find this information useful in identifying agencies and service providers in order to evaluate the effectiveness of these programs. One Stop Center One Stop Center is also known as the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations local office. Contact:

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The Correctional Association of New York

Details: further their education and increase their chances for successfully reintegrating into society after release. About 50% of New York’s prison population (roughly 30,000 people) has a GED or high school diploma, but a limited number of opportunities exist to obtain higher education degrees in the state’s correctional facilities.

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National Blueprint for Reentry (Legal Action Cente

Details: It was estimated that in the year 2008, approximately 700,000 individuals would reenter communities from prisons around the nation. Most of these individuals will need assistance connecting to jobs, increasing their education, or accessing other essential social services in order to successfully reintegrate into society and improve their lives.

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