Pell Grants for Prisoners
The Obama administration gives programs that work with student inmates hope for growth — and solid funding.
A small number of prisoners will have access to the federal grants next year. Educators who already work with prisoners are bracing for a political fight.
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Crisis in Cincinnati
The crisis in Cincinnati highlights the tensions of being an ambitious institution in an economically depressed area.
- Pressure Builds on the University’s Twitter-Savvy Chief
For years, the university filled its seats by drawing more and more applicants. But with yield rates plummeting, it abandoned the model as unsustainable.
In the News
Many have agreements covering areas like data sharing and investigation procedures. But conflicts can still arise.
They criticized an investigation that found that the American Psychological Association colluded with the Pentagon in shaping ethics rules related to torture.
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