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The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities’ Chloe Buckler discusses the importance of providing educational opportunities and lifting the ban on Pell grants for incarcerated individuals.
Coming on the heels of Dunn v. Ray, yet another non-Christian chaplain was denied access to a prisoner’s execution chamber. This time the Supreme Court granted a stay of the procedure. Collin Slowey reflects on what this tells us about the current state of religious freedom in the U.S
Anthony Berry argues that the recent college admissions scandal has brought to light a larger, underlying problem: the pressure put on students of all backgrounds to go to college, even if they may be better suited for a vocational career or trade that does not require a higher education degree.
Collin Slowey, an intern for the Center for Public Justice, reports on The Hill’s symposium on the First Step Act and criminal justice reform. Slowey examines the various speakers’ contributions, comparing and contrasting them with a public justice framework.