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Author(s):Lawrence, S., Mears, D., Dubin, G., and Travis, J
Title:The promise and practice of prison programming
Source:http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/410493_PrisonP...
Date:2002
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Short Description:This report focuses specifically on employment-related programs in prison.
Annotation:This report focuses specifically on employment-related programs in prison. Its goal is to explore and highlight the potential for considerable state-level variation and, as importantly, to identify the extent to which information on prison programming is readily available.
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Correctional Education/Re-entry
Documents
Employment and Workforce Development
Non-traditional Students
Pell Grants

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