Groups

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16 members
Last update: 2/1/2024

The Advocacy and Policy group is a space where the field can discuss policy advocacy, campaigns, organizing strategies, current and upcoming legislative issues and debates, and legal issues. 

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17 members
Last update: 11/10/2023

Community-based organizations (CBOs) serve a critical role in the implementation of higher education in prison. What are some challenges unique to CBOs? What resources have worked well for your organization? This group is a space for CBOs to come together to problem solve recurring issues, share victories, and foster community connections.

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21 members
Last update: 2/1/2024

The Education: Administration and Implementation group is a space where the field can discuss topics such as curriculum development, institutional policy, instructor recruitment and training, assessment, budgeting and funding, technology, equity, accessibility, ethical considerations, and classroom culture.

Private
41 members
Last update: 2/9/2024

The HEP TA Intermediaries group works to deepen partnerships and grow our collective knowledge to share with the field. The group will discuss resources in development and find ways to offer similar opportunities to other organizations.

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18 members
Last update: 1/31/2024

The Opportunities in the Field group is a space where the field can discuss employment, work-learning, and volunteering opportunities, and HEP-related events.

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15 members
Last update: 2/1/2024

The Reentry group provides a space to discuss all issues related to reentry, from intake onwards. Topics include employment assistance, housing, mental health, legal assistance, parole, and more.

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17 members
Last update: 1/31/2024

The Research group is a space where the field can discuss program assessment/evaluation, HEP research design, ethics, methods, and challenges, and the publication process.

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16 members
Last update: 2/9/2024

What is the state of the field of higher education in prison? What is its future? In this group, you can join conversations that critically reflect on the culture, history, and future of the field.

Topics include, but are not limited to, the culture of HEP programs and classrooms, norms in the field, the history of the field, and its future.