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Reentry Essentials: An Overview of Employment and Correctional Education

People who have been incarcerated earn 40 percent less annually than they had earned prior to incarceration and are likely to have less upward economic mobility over time than those who have not been incarcerated, according to a 2010 report from The Pew Charitable Trusts.

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Second Chance Act Adult Reentry and Employment Programs

Second Chance Act Adult Reentry and Employment Programs

This grant program helps state, local government agencies, federally recognized Indian tribes to establish programs to train individuals in prisons, jails, or juvenile residential facilities for technology-based jobs and careers.