View from between doors of a young man with brown braided hair and a blue shirt attending a class, leaning his head on his hand.
A 2014 study published by the RAND Corporation reported that inmates who participate in an education program while incarcerated—like this one run by the Goucher Prison Education Partnership—lower their odds of returning to prison by 43%.
J.M. Giordano

Books Behind Bars

When people who are incarcerated receive a high-quality education, they’re hardly the only ones who benefit, say alum teachers Amy and Abby Roza.
Leah Fabel