higher education, incarceration, juveniles
In this article the author argues that the Inside Out model is ideally suited to help incarcerated juveniles considering enrolling in college postrelease. The transition to college can be extremely difficult for such youth who may lack the cultural capital needed to succeed in higher education. This is unfortunate as research suggests that college can have a range of positive effects, including reduced criminality and increased earnings. With some adaptations to its curriculum, Inside Out classes can provide students with much of what they need to succeed. Best practices are described at the end of the article. © 2013 SAGE Publications.
Nurse, Anne M., "Juveniles And College: Inside Out as a Way Forward" (2013). The Prison Journal, (2), 234-247. 10.1177/0032885512473051. Retrieved from https://openworks.wooster.edu/facpub/16
This is an accepted author manuscript of an article published in The Prison Journal on June 2013, available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0032885512473051
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