The previous post, in support of the Common Core State Standards, is a response to an August piece by veteran educator Marion Brady that was highly critical of the standards initiative. Here Brady takes another wack at the standards.Read full article >>
Oregon's Senate Committee on Rules considers bill to end prison gerrymandering
Oliver explains how municipalities lock people up for failure to pay traffic fines
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PPI submits comment to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau urging regulation of high-fee release cards.
McAlester,Okla. finally ends prison gerrymandering (again). It's time for a national solution.
"Major correctional associations emphasize that letter writing and family communication are key to meeting correctional safety goals."
The poor, the elderly, and African-Americans and Latinos are less likely to have computers or high-speed internet at home. Replacing regular jail visits with computer video chats is a bad idea.
Massachusetts suspends driver’s licenses as punishment for crimes that had nothing to do with cars or road safety. Sound nonsensical? It is.
Blacks and Hispanics are less likely than Whites to have computers and high-speed internet access at home
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