College for Convicts by Christopher Zoukis Review

College for Convicts
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College for Convicts

College for Convicts by Christopher Zoukis Review

When I decided to do a review on this book; I really had to reach deep within myself.  Why you ask? For a long time I have felt that convicts in our prison system should not be allowed to go to college for free.  They have done something bad enough to land themselves in prison; why should they be afforded college?  Especially when there are so many young adults out there that would love to go to college; but even with financial aide it is still not affordable .

So when I started reading Christopher Zoukis's book, “College for Convicts”, I felt he brought up a lot of great points. He is very well educated on this topic and I value what he had to say in his book.   He shows a workable solution to put this idea into place.  Christopher also shows that with each level of education a prisoner receives there is a less violence, crime and social disruption.

I recommend this book to anyone that has ever discussed this idea with others.  Christopher will give you insight you might not have had prior to reading his book.

College for Convicts is an interesting read and I would bet it would raise thoughts that you possibly didn't think about before reading.

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I’m probably the last person who needs to read this book. I am a strong believer in the importance of providing education (and mental health services and medical care and drug/alcohol treatment, to name a few) to prisoners. We can’t paint everyone in prison with the same brush. Sure, there are those who are psychopaths who have no remorse, who should never get out of prison, who have no hope for rehabilitation. But then there are some who committed crimes due to their circumstances, or some who made a mistake. I don’t want to assume that just because people are… Read more »

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