The one thing we believe above all others in regard to youth is invest now – invest, invest, invest. It will pay off (even in the short term). In almost all cases, we've found that if you invest in people they will respond positively and in a way that leads to saved families and safer communities. Kicking kids out of school at the drop of the hat, as is being done throughout Washington State,…
The Post-Prison Education Program offers hope and creates opportunity for people returning to…Read More
The Post-Prison Education Program is a 2013 50th Emmy Award Nominee!!
Ralph Bevins' Feature about the Post-Prison Education Program has been Nominated in the "Public / Current / Community Affairs - Feature Segment" category.
We hope you will join us June 15th for the Emmy Awards, but in the…Read More
a time when the Department of Corrections was reporting recidivism at 37%
researchers from the University of Washington reported to the Washington State
Senate that students (former prisoners) of the Post-Prison Education Program
had not recidivated - not one. Now, three years later, the…Read More
The Post-Prison Education Program "not only saves lives of prisoners, but saves the lives of family members of prisoners" • Gina…Read More
Not often in our lives do we see someone come along who can change lives, save lives, in truly momentous ways. Such a man is Lemon Andersen – three time felon turned poet, playwright, and Tony Award winner. This Wednesday the 14th is the Pacific Northwest premiere of "Lemon" - the movie produced by…Read More
Often, faculty of The Film School speak eloquently about how incredibly important it is for society to "groom people to be the heroes they…Read More