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 >>
The Prison Policy Initiative is thrilled to be chosen as one of three CharitySub organizations addressing this month’s “prison epidemic” theme.
"[I]f left unregulated, the video communication market could follow the trajectory of the infamously broken prison telephone industry."
As an undergraduate sophomore studying comparative politics at Smith College, this nonprofit granted me skills that exceeded my expectations.
Common Cause Connecticut and the Prison Policy Initiative update their fact sheet about prison gerrymandering in Connecticut.
Virginia League of Women Voters calls on the Census Bureau to count incarcerated people at home, end prison gerrymandering.
Federal rules protect out-of-state families, but Delaware charges its families unconscionable sums to talk to loved ones in its state prisons
Delaware has the highest in-state phone rates in the country for calls home from a state prison. Delaware families have to pay three times as much for calls home from a state prison as families in other states would pay for a call from the very same prison.
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