Getting a bachelor's degree in prison Is rare. That's about to change

Thursday, June 23, 2022

The incarcerated men in this classroom are painters and physics nerds, deep thinkers, and fast readers. They come from five different gangs; they are white, Native American, Black, and Latino. They are also college juniors and seniors who gather several times a week to take classes from Pitzer College, a small, elite liberal arts school of about 1,000 students located an hour away from the California Rehabilitation Center.

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