This education program gives incarcerated women a better chance at life beyond prison

Monday, September 26, 2022

A barbed wire fence wraps around the Logan Correctional Center in central Illinois. But from the inside, the education building looks like a regular school. There are chairs, whiteboards, a few posters on the walls. Higher education programs in prison help keep people from returning after being released. Most college programs are at men's prisons. At the Logan Correctional Center, the focus is on women.

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