For decades schools have been, rightly, accused of too often letting a toxic mix of low expectations and strict discipline policies put kids, mostly Black, Hispanic and Latino young men, on the school-to-prison pipeline. Now, colleges and universities have the chance to build the inverse path — a prison-to-school pipeline — to help people who are incarcerated. WGU Labs Founder and Director Jason Levin comments on the opportunity universities and colleges to build the prison-to-school pipeline with the revitalization of Second Chance Pell in this Hechinger Report OpEd.

Read the full OpEd here.