Prison Education Budget Cuts: Costing Us More Money Than They Save

January 22, 2017 Editor 0

by Caitlin Curley, GenFKD Prison education programs have seen significant budget cuts in recent years. This is despite clear evidence that illiteracy and education deficiencies are driving forces behind incarceration, and that providing education like GED,

How Prison Educational Programs Could Reduce Recidivism Rates

January 15, 2017 Editor 0

by Caitlin Curley, GenFKD Prison educational programs are extremely beneficial for inmates in myriad ways, from bolstering their communication skills to making them more hirable. Down the line, the positive effects education can have on prisoners

How Expanding Prison Education Funding Reduces Recidivism

January 8, 2017 Editor 0

by Caitlin Curley, GenFKD One of the many consequences of the tough on crime era has been continuous cuts to prison education funding, which has furthered the cycle of mass incarceration and will continue to do

New College Landscape: Modern Education for a Modern Career

January 6, 2017 Editor 0

by Anna Feldman, GenFKD There’s no question that the modern career landscape for new college graduates has drastically changed since 50 years ago. The skillset now needed to succeed after college is radically different, but universities’

Hate, It’s Not Just for Terrorists Anymore

December 29, 2016 Editor 0

Originally published by The Lid by Warner Todd Huston Liberals like to pretend they represent the “grown up,” more “tolerant,” and more “intelligent” side of the political divide in the U.S.A. and no where is this

New College Landscape: Modern Education for a Modern Career

December 28, 2016 Editor 0

by Anna Feldman, GenFKD There’s no question that the modern career landscape for new college graduates has drastically changed since 50 years ago. The skillset now needed to succeed after college is radically different, but universities’

Does Virginia Tech Provide a Modern Education?

December 19, 2016 Editor 0

by John Mark Mastakas, GenFKD This article comes from the Campus Contributor Network. Over the course of the semester, students from across our campus outreach program will analyze their school’s finances and assess the overall return

Does CU Boulder Provide a Modern Education?

December 11, 2016 Editor 0

by Rory Bryant, GenFKD Pursuing higher education in the United States isn’t cheap, however, it is often times vital to securing a well-paying job. Prospective college students must thereby consider costs of tuition, risk of student debt and

Why GenFKD Is Designing New Education for the New Economy

October 10, 2016 Editor 0

by Anna Feldman GenFKD is trying to answer a question reverberating around the nation today. Time and time again, we hear it asked: is college worth it? Decades ago, the answer was clear. Degrees weren’t necessary for

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