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The Research Collaborative on Higher Education in Prison at the University of Utah received funding from the Laughing Gull Foundation

Erin CastroErin Castro, Director

The Research Collaborative on Higher Education in Prison at the University of Utah is a collection of researchers enthusiastically studying the landscape of postsecondary education in prison throughout the U.S. We began our efforts in 2015 and work in collaboration with programs across the country to research the field and provide empirical recommendations for future growth and quality expansion. Our research is ongoing. Find out more about the Research Collaborative >>

Laughing Gull Foundation Commits Over $3.6 Million in Grants to Organizations Supporting Higher Education in Prison

The Laughing Gull Foundation (LGF) is pleased to announce the approval of $3,658,000 in grants to be awarded through 2020 to 22 organizations increasing access to high quality, accredited college courses in prisons. LGF is honored to support organizations working diligently to affirm the humanity and potential of incarcerated people, and to restore educational equity for students who have been left behind. For questions about LGF's Higher Education in Prison grant making, please visit www.laughinggull.org.

Last Updated: 10/9/20