Miami Dade College helping empower prisoners with opportunity to earn college degree

Tuesday, July 26, 2022
CBS News

By his own admission, Stanley Stovall has not always taken the best path in life. He's been in and out of the prison system his entire adult life, with crimes ranging from grand theft to burglary. Stovall has since found a better path—and is reaping the benefits. This week, as part of an inaugural program administered by Miami Dade College, he and 17 other students walked across a graduation stage at Everglades Correctional Institution to claim their college degree.

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