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Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons

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November 6, 2019
by Eric Pereira
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How Biden Killed Prison Education

From: https://www.theatlantic.com/ My friend Twist and I are both incarcerated. But I’m getting a college degree, and he, like most prisoners in recent decades, hasn’t been able to: In 2010, I joined a creative-writing workshop taught by a volunteer at New … Continue reading

October 31, 2019
by Eric Pereira
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Moving from Prison to a PhD

From: https://www.nature.com Nature spoke to three US researchers who have built academic careers after they were released. Most applications to academic institutions around the world include a box to check if a student has a criminal history, but a ‘ban the … Continue reading

September 23, 2019
by Eric Pereira
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Princeton Prison Teaching Initiative awarded NSF grant to promote STEM careers

From: https://www.princeton.edu The Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI) at Princeton University is one of five organizations awarded a collaborative National Science Foundation grant to build a national alliance that will forge robust pathways to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers for people who are, or … Continue reading

September 6, 2019
by Eric Pereira
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Prison-to-Prosperity Pipeline

From: https://news.camden.rutgers.edu It’s about being aware of your opportunities, your potential, and “the hidden treasure inside” of you, explains Darryl Brooks. There are days, says the recent Rutgers University–Camden graduate, when he will stand on the driveway of his Mount Laurel … Continue reading

May 13, 2019
by Eric Pereira
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Integrity Forged in Cages

  From: https://www.truthdig.com Chris Hedges gave this talk to 27 graduating students who were formerly incarcerated—several of whom he taught in prison—and their families at Rutgers University on Friday. The ceremony was held by the Mountainview Program at Rutgers, which helps … Continue reading

March 7, 2019
by Eric Pereira
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NJSTEP’s Formerly Incarcerated Speakers Advocate for the Voting Rights of the Incarcerated at Princeton University Panel

From: http://www.dailyprincetonian.com A panel organized by SPEAR at Princeton University, primarily made up of Rutgers Mountainview students centering around S2100 (also known as A3456), a bill introduced in the New Jersey state legislature in March 2018 that would remove prohibition on voting … Continue reading

March 5, 2019
by Eric Pereira
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NJ-STEP Professor Awarded Seed Grant

From: https://rutgersclassics.com Emily Allen-Hornblower, associate professor of Classics at Rutgers-New Brunswick and a professor with NJ-STEP, has been awarded one of The Whiting Foundation’s five Public Engagement Seed Grants for 2019-20 for a series of communal conversations, “The Public Face of Emotions: Public Engagement and the Emotions in Our … Continue reading

January 31, 2019
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Vera Institute Releases “Investing in Futures” Report

The Vera Institute of Justice released their report: Investing in Futures: Economic and Fiscal Benefits of Postsecondary Education in Prison. Overview (via https://www.vera.org/publications/investing-in-futures-education-in-prison) “Efforts to build robust postsecondary education programs in prison have accelerated in recent years, with support from a … Continue reading

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