The Rising Scholars Advisory Committee adopts the following principles to guide colleges as they exercise their local control to serve formerly incarcerated students on campus.
The Rising Scholars Advisory Committee adopts the following principles to guide colleges as they exercise their local control to serve formerly incarcerated students in prison.
This report describes the demographics of California’s incarcerated and paroled populations and identified five challenges to help people move from prison to college.
This California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office webinar elevates the powerful voices of students who have experienced incarceration.
“College is for Everyone” is a resource created by the Youth Law Center for students, program staff, and probation staff.
Guidance for colleges using correspondence as a method of instructional delivery during COVID-19.
An evaluation of student support during and after incarceration.
Call to action letter in support of our Black students, staff, faculty, stakeholders, partners and communities.
Justice impacted students in California community colleges are succeeding academically across multiple dimensions. In particular, justice impacted students are achieving greater success and similar if not higher grades compared to their main campus counterparts. For a rundown on this data and more, read our new report by Rebecca Silbert and Debbie Mukamal.
Free interactive toolkit created by Bank of America in partnership with Kahn Academy to help student save money and manage finances.