Jail Education Project Co-Directors Publish Article in Journal of Prison Education and Reentry

Brittnie Aiello, associate professor, criminology and criminal justice, and Emma Duffy-Comparone, assistant professor, English discuss the challenges and potential benefits of teaching in the “revolving-door” of the criminal justice system: county jails.

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