Colorado becomes one of the first to employ an incarcerated professor

A new initiative at Adams State — one of the first of its kind in the country — focuses on employing incarcerated people with graduate degrees as college professors, rather than bringing in instructors from the outside. The program offered through the Alamosa-based university gives incarcerated graduates experience and training while helping to alleviate the staff shortages that can hinder prison education programs. 




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There definitely need to be more opportunities like this! Thank you for sharing this, Shaeleigh!!