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From the Archive

Game-Changing Access to Academic Materials in Prison

The Technological Revolution in Correctional Education: A New Era for Inmates

‘I Don’t Have to Hide’: After Prison, 2 Students Begin Again

Race in America: The Conversation (Episode 22)

A New Transfer Pathway From Prison to the CSU

Governor Newsom Names Leading Criminal Justice and Public Safety Experts to San Quentin Transformation Advisory Council

Incarcerated Students Can Now Teach at the First Accredited Prison College in the US

Heart of Marin awards honor those who make it better

San Quentin Could be the Future of Prisons in America

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Receives NSF Career Award

What It Will Take to Transform California’s Most Notorious Prison into a Scandinavian Style Rehabilitation Center

How Gavin Newsom plans to transform California’s infamous San Quentin State Prison

California to Transform San Quentin Prison Into Center Emphasizing Inmate Rehab

Finding Purpose in Prison: Bonaru Richarson on the impact of skills development for currently incarcerated people

Reason 55: An interview with Mount Tamalpais College’s Jody Lewen

Two lifers on the role of college in prison: ‘I found a new habit. Education.’

College, clemency, and inside voices

Expanding access to quality higher education for the incarcerated: An interview with Mount Tamalpais College’s Jody Lewen

8 Innovative Educators in Marin and the Bay Area

Nation’s First Standalone Prison Campus Celebrates Graduation

California Inmates Study at 1st College Based Behind Bars

San Quentin Prison College Gains Accreditation

A New College Makes History with Help from AGB

A Newly Accredited College for Incarcerated Students

Mount Tamalpais College Achieves Accreditation

First Person: Why College Matters for People Serving Extreme Sentences

Teaching in Prison: ‘You Have to Respect the Rules’

Mount Tamalpais College Awarded one of 2021 California Nonprofits of the Year

Students' books and papers in the classroom

Historic Agreement Reached Allowing Laptop Use by Students

COVID-19 Relief Efforts Expand to Additional Prisons

Student Steve Brooks Honored by Society of Professional Journalists

MTC student, Juan Haines

Student Juan Moreno Haines on COVID-19 Inside San Quentin

An Airbnb for the Formerly Incarcerated

Dispatches from San Quentin—Is San Quentin State Prison the Future of Prison Reform?

At BAMPFA, ‘The San Quentin Project’ Rewrites the History of Prison Imagery

2,000 Leaked Photos Show the Cruelty of an Alabama Prison. Should They Be Published?

Remembering Jane E. Kahn

Pete Brook Awarded the Howard Chapnick Grant for Pulitzer Center Supported Incarceration Project

Education is Changing Lives at California’s San Quentin Prison

San Quentin—Restore the Right

Jody Lewen ‘82 Advocates Prison Education

Jody Lewen Named Frederick Douglass 200 Awardee

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Aids Programs

Foundations Announce 2018 Soros Justice Fellows

How to Find Truth in Today’s Partisan World—Can Public Philosophy Teach Us to Think?

The Dignity of Education in Prison

How a Second Chance Led Ex-Con Jay Ly to Some Stinkin Crawfish

Expanding Minds Behind Bars

Crime Pays

San Quentin’s Prison University Gives Inmates Freedom to Learn—On the Most Effective, Underfunded College System in the US

Jody Lewen on the Prison University Project

Learning and Trust on the Road to College Readiness at San Quentin

The Cost of a Nation of Incarceration

Inside San Quentin, Inmates Go To College

Opinion: The Supreme Court Got it Right on Prison Overcrowding in California

Prison University Gives Inmates Hope

Philosophy in Prison

Stanford Students Lead Classes in San Quentin Prison

Prison Break: Inmates at San Quentin Study for Success

Slideshow: San Quentin State Prison’s University

High Security, Higher Ed: San Quentin’s Prison University Project

Tiburon’s Jody Lewen Is Involved in A San Quentin University Project

Freeing Minds

Behind the Scenes: Inside San Quentin’s Prison University Project

San Quentin’s Campus: A Unique Program Enables Prisoners to Study with Cal Professors and Earn College Credits.

Second Chance Programs Quietly Gain Acceptance

Prisoners’ Progress

Chemistry Behind Bars: While Balancing Equations, Inmates at San Quentin Learn to Balance Their Lives

Inmates Graduate in San Quentin Ceremony

A ‘Zealot’ for Higher Education Wins Award for Teaching at San Quentin

A Visit to San Quentin Prison

Jody Lewen: San Quentin Is A Part Of Marin

Geology 101 in Prison

California Prisons Put New Focus on Rehabilitation

Focusing California’s Prison System on Correction

Death Row Real Estate / Tug of War Over San Quentin’s Future Creates Unusual Alliances

School of Hard Knocks / S.F. State Professor Loves Teaching at San Quentin

Learning Under Lockdown

Inmates Get Second Chance at Education

Reading, Writing, Reforming / San Quentin Warden Jeanne Woodford Committed to Providing Education for Inmates