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 >>
Our newest staffer comes to us from the Fair Housing Council of Oregon and The Massachusetts Fair Housing Center.
In response to the FCC's request for comments, we submitted four analyses of unresolved issues
New report finds electronic messaging in prisons and jails is a product of questionable value at inflated prices
Massachusetts House unanimously votes to end unnecessary license suspensions for drug offenses
Among her other accomplishments, Jackie Berrien helped launch the movement against prison gerrymandering.
2015 saw the passing of Bertha Finn, one of the unsung heros of the movement to end prison gerrymandering. She was from Anamosa Iowa.
2015 was a year of big victories for the Prison Policy Initiative. Beyond a record number of ground-breaking reports, our campaigns won major policy changes.
2015 was another big year for ground-breaking data visualizations from the Prison Policy Initiative. These are our 10 favorites.
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