Pell Grants Return for the Incarcerated, but Applying Remains a Challenge

Prison education has long been a part of America’s culture. For the better part of the 20th century, formal education programs played an important role in efforts to rehabilitate incarcerated individuals. Yet paying higher-education fees has always presented challenges.

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