Civic Nation BrandVoice: How This California Program Promises College Access To Students Behind Bars

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College Promise programs are proliferating across the nation. And some College Promise programs, like Free City in San Francisco, allow students from all walks of life to obtain education and training they need for a living-wage job, including formerly incarcerated students.
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