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Lawrence, S., Mears, D., Dubin, G., and Travis, J
The promise and practice of prison programming
This report focuses specifically on employment-related programs in prison.
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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Employment and Workforce Development
Transitional jobs for ex-prisoners: Early impacts from a random assignment evaluation of the Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) Prisoner Reentry Program
Federal access policies and higher education for working adults
Held back: How student aid programs fail working adults
Promising practices: School to career and postsecondary education for foster care youth
Indiana Higher Education Opportunity Data Book
Locked up and locked out: An educational perspective on the U.S. prison pipeline
What do we know about the economic benefits of the GED? A synthesis of evidence from recent research
Strengthening financial aid policies for low-income working adults
State policies to bring adult learning into focus
Indiana's adult education and workforce skills performance report: Preparing adults for a brighter future
Overcoming obstacles, optimizing opportunities: State policies to increase postsecondary attainment for low-skilled adults
Helping low-wage workers persist in education programs
The promise and practice of employer educational assistance programs: 2004 State of the field strategies and trends
Post-secondary education options for low-income students
Work first, study second: Adult undergraduates who combine employment and postsecondary enrollment
Education as crime prevention: Reinstating Pell Grant eligibility for the incarcerated