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By Mai P. Tran, Program Associate Beginning January 1, 2014, the General Education Development (GED) test is getting a facelift: it will be academi...
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More than 30 practitioners, academics, and private-sector leaders from across the country attended the 9th Annual Harry Frank Guggenheim Symposium on ...
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The two technical assistance documents from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) explai...
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Nebraska recently became the 11th state to pass “Ban the Box,” a law that removes questions about criminal records on state job applications. Enacted ...
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When Sidney Spruill, 39, returned to the community after an uninterrupted 15.5-year stint in an Indiana state prison, he knew he needed a support syst...
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Did you know that many of the federal rules about child support enforcement are 35 years old? After years of consultation with stakeholders, the Feder...
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Nearly one in three adults in South Carolina—1.1 million people—have a criminal record. Many of them also have trouble finding a job, not necessarily ...
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By the CSG Justice Center Staff Ron and Cathy Tijerina, founders of the RIDGE Project, a 2014 Second Chance granteeRon Tijerina entered Ohio state pri...
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By the CSG Justice Center StaffIn 2012, three Michigan-based employers—Butterball Farms, Cascade Engineering, and Grand Rapids Community College—set o...
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This publication from the Fortune Society, written in conjunction with researchers at the City University of New York—John Jay College of Criminal Jus...