Join AEI as the authors of “Education for Liberation: The Politics of Promise and Reform Inside and Beyond America’s Prisons” (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019) discuss the challenges and opportunities of programming for incarcerated individuals.
A closer look at each election reveals race, voters and gubernatorial narratives are trickier than first imagined.
The dispute between Alma del Mar Charter School and the New Bedford political establishment shows the city has come a long way from espousing the openness and prosperity that Frederick Douglass once admired.
Education and workforce readiness programs must be central components in better preparing individuals to successfully reenter society — and stay out of prison. This book compiles chapters written by individuals on the right and the left of the political spectrum — and within and outside the fields of prison education and reentry — that address this need for reform.
The “First Step Act” is just that: an important, initial move toward a prison system that promotes rehabilitation and successful reentry.
The collaboration between President Donald Trump and the bipartisan congressional coalition on the First Step Act represents an admirable example of effective compromise and deal-making.
President George H. W. Bush’s funeral is a time to mourn, a time to remember, and a time to reconcile.
Governors around the United States face a steep learning curve as they step into their executive positions. But these seven recommendations can help governors get started.
Today, “No Justice, No Peace” is a popular slogan in American society. But justice and peace cannot reign if our people are not equipped with the education and knowledge they need to live the lives they want for themselves and their families.
President Trump has proposed merging the Department of Education and the Department of Labor. Trump’s interest should come as no surprise, and the merger idea isn’t new—it’s political.