Removing education barriers is key to success for formerly incarcerated people

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May 6, 2019
Vivian Nixon for The Hill
Policymakers, academics and criminal-justice reformers all agree that access to education is both a front-end and back-end tool that decreases crime, increases social and economic mobility and supports informed, engaged citizenship. Not only is high-quality education effective, it is a lot less expensive than the cost of mass incarceration.
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