In 1994, Bill Clinton signed a bill into a law that would prohibit inmates
In 1994, Bill Clinton signed a bill into a law that would prohibit inmates in state and federal prisons from being eligible for Pell Grants. Today, the Obama administration is authorizing an experimental program to allow certain inmates to qualify for Pell Grants and attend college courses at specified colleges and universities.
- What are the pros associated with allowing inmates to be eligible to receive Pell Grants again?
- What are the cons associated with allowing inmates to be eligible to receive Pell Grants againt?
- Conclude your discussion with whether or not you support this experimental program. Explain.
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