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Building on the work of Sarah Allred, a faculty/student research team studied the impact of an Inside-Out course on academic self-efficacy at a maximum-security men's prison in North Alabama. Attention was also given to the demographic backgrounds of the students so that researchers could examine what, if any, role demographics played in the results.
Correctional Facility, Academic Growth, Personal Growth
Arts and Humanities | Community-Based Research | Criminology | Inequality and Stratification | Sociology
Spencer, M. S., Owens-Murphy, K., Williams, Y., & Purser, C. W. (2019). The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program's Impact on Academic Self-Efficacy. Retrieved from https://ir.una.edu/insideout_presentations/1