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Equity in Policy Individual Papers
Covid19 and the Political Landscape? Witnessing the Costs of the Current Legal Order
Presenter: Prof. Doran Larson, Hamilton College and The American Prison Writing Archive

This paper reviews the cultural changes that facilitated the rise of mass incarceration and asks whether the witness that has emerged directly from incarcerated people under the reign of Covid19 might shift that landscape in ways that might serve the CIPP community.
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Amplifying Technological Equity
Presenter: Dr. Kurtis Tanaka, Ithaka S+R

This paper will share research on the technology and information supports available to incarcerated students and their instructors. By sharing this research, practitioners will better understand how they can implement or work with different technologies to support their teaching and students, thereby expanding access to critical educational resources.
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Watering the Roses that Grew from Concrete
Presenter: Dr. Anacany Torres, Santiago Canyon College

Student support services for formerly incarcerated students at the community college level are scarce and widely unavailable. This qualitative research examines the challenges formerly incarcerated students have when transitioning to community college, the support they need to persist and the institutional challenges which exist in community colleges to deliver services.

Mar 3, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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