Getting A College Degree Behind Bars Inmates are among the least educated people in America, but few prisons offer opportunities beyond a GED. What if people behind bars had access to federal money to help pay for college?
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Inside The Effort To Give Inmates Access To Federal Student Grants For College

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Inside The Effort To Give Inmates Access To Federal Student Grants For College

Inside The Effort To Give Inmates Access To Federal Student Grants For College

Inside The Effort To Give Inmates Access To Federal Student Grants For College

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Inmates are among the least educated people in America, but few prisons offer opportunities beyond a GED. What if people behind bars had access to federal money to help pay for college?