$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.” 

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