CA leads US in offering advanced degrees to people behind bars

“We have incarcerated people earning multiple community college degrees, associate degrees, I mean two, three, four degrees under their belts. And so the next step, naturally, is a bachelor's degree,” says EdSource Higher Education Reporter Ashley Smith. Photo by Shutterstock.

For decades, Californians have been able to earn associate degrees behind bars. This fall, a new slate of bachelor’s degree programs will start.

More buses of migrants are arriving in LA, NY, Chicago, Boston, and other left-leaning cities, sparking tension between city Democrats and the Biden administration.

Unemployment is low, inflation is going down, and the risk of recession is small too. So why do the majority of Americans think the economy is getting worse?

States like Florida and Alabama are under fire for excluding Black-majority districts in their state congressional maps. What are the consequences?

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