1. What happens when juvenile justice includes education - Usa Today College

    What happens when juvenile justice includes education - Usa Today College

    In fact, strong evidence shows that correctional education reduces the chance of inmates returning to prison by 43%, according to Lois Davis, a senior policy researcher at the RAND Corporation. Educated inmates are also more likely to be employed ...

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