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Campuses Behind Bars

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Incarcerated people who have completed college coursework are 13% more likely to find employment upon release from prison. What other benefits could educating the incarcerated present? Download Campuses Behind Bars to find out.

Learn how The Educational Justice Institute, an MIT-based organization, is bringing valuable skills and real world knowledge to those who would not normally have access, while exposing its traditional students to a population they would otherwise not likely encounter.

How does this change both student populations for the better? And what do incarcerated students have to say about the value of higher ed? Read more in Campuses Behind Bars.