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VOICES OF REENTRY It’s Never Too Late for Change

by Nomi Safer / Jobs for the Future for the U.S. Department of Education — last modified Oct 17, 2017 02:57 PM
Topeka Correctional Facility's reentry efforts are highlighted in Voices of Reentry, a published series of profiles of people making good on second chances after they return from incarceration. Articles in the series tell individual stories to highlight the impact of programs funded under federal Improved Reentry Education grants. Published October 2017.
VOICES OF REENTRY It’s Never Too Late for Change

Dorothy Gonzales credits her post-incarceration success to reentry's job readiness programming at TCF.


To view the Voices of Reentry article, please click here.


This article, written by Nomi Sofer, is republished with permission from Jobs for the Future for the U.S. Department of Education.

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