Developing a Program of Postsecondary Academic Instruction Over the Transforming Lives NetworkImproving Evidence of Impact through a National Study of Postsecondary Academic Programming in State prisonsDr. Stephen Meyer, Principal InvestigatorRMC Research CorporationCindy Borden & Penny Richardson, Field InvestigatorsNorthstar Correctional Education ServicesDr. Stephen Steurer, Project DirectorCorrectional Education Association
CEA Leadership Forum March 10, 2008
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*Defined as reincarceration as a result of a new crime or parole violation.
Contact Information Activities, Timeline, and Expectations of Participating Sites
Dr. Stephen Meyer, Principal InvestigatorRMC Research [email protected] Borden & Penny Richardson, Field InvestigatorsNorthstar Correctional Education [email protected] Stephen Steurer, Project DirectorCorrectional Education [email protected]