Access, Success, and Challenges in College-in-Prison Programs within the State University of New York
Higher education in prison is valuable to individual students, their families, the communities to which they return, and the larger society. But college programs for incarcerated people are often difficult to implement and lack transparency regarding student participation, courses and services offered, and educational outcomes. Even most research studies treat college-in-prison programs as “black boxes,” with little information about what happens within programs, and they typically focus on criminological rather than educational goals in assessing programs.
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