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prison education Stories

By Emily Boudreau 10/10/2019 4:37 PM EDT
Recording artist Casanova joined Edyson Julio, Ed.M.’18, at HGSE for a conversation about incarceration, its impact on urban education, and pathways to reform.
By Jill Anderson 12/13/2018 11:00 AM EST
Stanley Andrisse
Stanley Andrisse, director of From Prison Cell to Ph.D., discusses the school-to-prison pipeline and how higher education can transform the lives of formerly incarcerated people.
By Edyson Julio 05/18/2018 1:47 PM EDT
Julio Edyson
Edyson Julio writes about the demands urban culture puts on young people to perform to survive.
By Andrew Bauld 02/06/2018 9:56 AM EST
Clint Smith
Doctoral candidate Clint Smith's work brings attention to the stories of adults living — and learning — in prison.
By Matt Weber 08/31/2017 3:38 PM EDT
Non-incarcerated instructor Erin Castro penned an article in the Harvard Ed Review with an unusual collaborator — her incarcerated student Michael Brawn.
By Bobby Dorigo Jones 11/16/2016 10:50 AM EST
The Cycle
By Scott Ruescher 05/14/2016 4:32 AM EDT
Education Behind Bars
By Jill Anderson 12/16/2014 1:44 PM EST
Jeremy Thompson and Luis Contreras
The Work Readiness Workshop – a collaboration between HGSE's G.I.V.E.S. program and the Haley House Transitional Employment Program – helps formerly incarcerated people gain the tools to find proper employment.
By Lory Hough 09/04/2013 3:45 PM EDT
Lynette Tannis, Photo by Martha Stewart