$1 Million Grant To Study Re-Entry Programs At FSU

The Charles Koch Foundation recently announced a $1 million grant to Florida State University’s College of Social Work. This grant will support Carrie-Pettus Davis’ work on criminal justice reform, focusing especially on recidivism reduction and the effectiveness of re-entry programs.

“Data can inform significant reform,” Pettus-Davis said. “Our research initiative is uniquely positioned to identify the types of re-entry services most effective for reducing recidivism, fostering productive citizenship and benefiting individuals and communities across the country.” 

10-15-2018 01:10pm

University of Dallas Expands Alternative Teacher Certification Program

The University of Dallas has announced expansion of its Alternative Teacher Certification Program, providing scholarships for up to 100 K-12 teachers.

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10-12-2018 04:10pm

How Ohio State Researchers Are Improving Understanding of Drug Issues and Impacts

Less than a year ago, The Ohio State University founded an interdisciplinary center to study the issues and impacts surrounding the policies and practices related to illicit drugs. Their scholarly impact in the months following is evident in the emerging writing, teaching, and discussion.

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10-12-2018 11:10am

Foundation Supports New OZY Series, Take on America

Digital news and culture magazine OZY has launched Take on America, a new prime time series providing participants an opportunity to take a pause from the growing polarization by joining town hall meetings across the country.

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