TimeList Group’s Unique Approach to Rehab Keeps Parolees from Going Back Meet the Ex-Inmate Whose Successful Prison Rehab Program Goes Beyond Drug Treatment by Melissa Hellman posted on "Yes! Magazine" August 4, 2016 On a weekend afternoon about seven years ago, Yusef Wiley scanned the dining hall of California’s Avenal State Prison. Inmates in powder-blue …

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Children of Prisoners Can Be Saved by Francis Koster Ed. D. I am often asked how I can be optimistic when I spend so much of my time studying problems facing society.   The answer is that no matter how big or scary the problem, I can find someone, someplace, that has figured out a way …

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Using Known Science Could Save Kids and Taxpayers, and Reduce Teachers' Burdens  by Francis P. Koster, Ed.D. It takes a lot of nutrition for a pregnant woman to grow a new living human being.   If the right amounts of nutrition is not present in a pregnant woman's body, the baby often arrives with a brain …

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Making America Safer, Salvaging Lives, and Lowering Taxes via Inmate Education by Francis P. Koster, Ed. D. As I try to show how we can create a better America by imitating success stories already in place, my focus tends to be on the things that I call basic life support systems - things like safe …

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 Program for Former Prisoners and Recovering Substance Abusers Places 85% of its Graduates in Jobs by Jonathan Kennedy  With an annual budget of $250,000 the Community Culinary School of Charlotte (CCSC) trains an annual average of 50 former prisoners, recovering drug addicts and other hard core unemployables, with astonishing success. While most people with this kind …

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America's Correctional System: Alternatives to Current National Practice by Francis P. Koster, Ed.D.  As of January 2009, the United States had a population of 305 million.  2.3 million of them are behind bars.  We have the highest percentage of our citizens in jail of any nation in the world. Additionally, the number of people on …

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