From Prison to Berkeley


The New Yorker follows a group of prisoners who have used their time in prison to educate themselves and eventually get admitted to the University of California, Berkeley. The piece does an excellent job of providing readers a glimpse of the difficulties that these individuals faced both inside and outside of prison, and shows the ways that they can teach other students as well.

"Building a Prison-to-School Pipeline"


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