Peace Dividend: Who Are You Going to Believe?

September 2003
Journal of Correctional Education;Sep2003, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p95
Academic Journal
Cites two reports about correctional educational system in the U.S. Suggestion that the amount spent on the incarceration of repeat felons prevented 61 serious crimes; Indication that the same amount spent on high school graduation incentives prevented 258 serious crimes.


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